It's not only important and fair - it's also a legal requirement that your elearning resources can be accessed and understood by all of your students. Your learners may come from diverse cultural and language backgrounds, be a wide variety of ages and may have physical or cognitive disabilities such as poor or no vision and hearing.
Luckily it's not difficult to make elearning content or websites accessible. Adhering to accessibility standards (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)), avoiding assumptions about your learners and plain common sense will be your best tools to do so.
Our top tips for designing and developing accessible elearning content: