• Fee: Free Practice Tests (based on CPACC Guide https://www.accessibilityassociation.org/ )
  • Passing score: 95%
  • Time limit: 55 minutes
  • Number of questions: 68
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multi Answer and True/False
  • Difficulty: Advance
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ITAO - Module 1 – Accessibility Fundamentals - 2

ITAO - Module 1 – Accessibility Fundamentals - 2

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When designing for people with reading disabilities, don’t communicate solely through text. Supplement text with informative :

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ATAG has two main parts:

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The Government of Canada Standard of Web Accessibility was developed to ensure the uniform application of a high level of web accessibility across Government of Canada_____________ facing websites and web applications.

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Ensure editing views are understandable by documenting the user interface, including all accessibility features and help authors avoid and correct mistakes.

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Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA) addresses :

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Editing views are perceivable by making alternative content available to authors. This refers to

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Make it easier for users to see and hear content is _____________ Principle.

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Maximize compatibility with current and future user tools is __________ principle.

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Do not use content that causes seizures or physical reactions is ____________ Principle.

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The _________________ is a commonly-referenced how-to manual with thorough design patterns for widgets, including expected keyboard interaction and behaviour and working examples with complete HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

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_________________, recommends approaches to help web application developers make widgets, navigation, and behaviours accessible using WAI-ARIA attributes (such as roles , states, and properties).

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Make text readable and understandable is ______________ Principle.

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Part A is about making the __________________ .

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WCAG 2.1 includes all of WCAG 2.0 (verbatim, word-for-word) and 17 new Success Criteria at the A / AA / AAA levels primarily addressing user needs in these areas:

A) Mobile Accessibility

B) Low Vision

C) Cognitive

D) Motor disabilities

E) Dyslexia

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_______________________ WAI-ARIA, the Accessible Rich Internet Applications Suite, defines a way to make Web content and Web applications more accessible to people with disabilities.

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Help users navigate and find content is ____________ Principle.

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Some people with cognitive disabilities and people with dyslexia have _______________ .

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Provide captions and other alternatives for multimedia is ____________ Principle.

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WCAG 2.1 includes ______________  new Success Criteria at the A / AA / AAA levels primarily addressing user needs.

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In addition to the above new Success Criteria, ____________  has been promoted from Level AA to Level A.

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Ensure editing views are operable such as keyboard access to authoring features, provide text search of content, help authors avoid flashing content etc.

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The _____________  applies to federally regulated entities including, Government of Canada’s departments and agencies, Crown corporations, Parliament and Federally-regulated private sector.

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WCAG 3.0 draft was published first published on Jan 2021. It introduces new conformance model: bronze, silver and gold.

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There are four ____________  that provide the foundation for Web accessibility: perceivable, operable, understandable, and robust.

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______________________   can help developers and assist users in the creation of accessible web content through proper design standards.

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Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines (ATAG) addresses ______________ .

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Provide text alternatives for non-text content is ______________ Principle.

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The ________ guidelines ensure that content is directly accessible to as many people as possible, and capable of being re-presented in different forms.

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Under each guideline, there are ____________  that describe what must be achieved to conform to WCAG.

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Create content that can be presented in different ways, including by assistive technologies, without losing meaning is ____________ Principle.

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Ensure authors are supported in improving the accessibility of existing content by checking and repairing accessibility problems

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_______________   are software and services used to create web content.

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How ATAG and WCAG are inter-related

Web developers usually use authoring tools and evaluation tools to create web content.

People use web browsers, media players, assistive technologies, or other “user agents” to get and interact with the content.

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Help users avoid and correct mistakes is __________ Principles.

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WCAG guidelines also address accessibility of web content on _________________  devices.

A) Desktops

B) Laptops

C) Tablets

D) Mobile

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Ensure both web-based and non-web-based functionality is accessible. This refers to

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The current WCAG 2.1 standard was published in ___________ .

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Ensure that the authoring tools promotes proper documentation and integrate features in production of accessible content.

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Ensure content product is accessible by guiding and assisting authors in producing and managing accessible content and templates. This refers to

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Part B is about the authoring tool ____________________ .

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_________________is updated to adopt the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 (level AA) for web content, electronic documents, and non-web software.

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_______________________  helps screen reader users and keyboard users with dynamic content and advanced user interface controls developed with HTML, JavaScript, and related technologies.

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First introduced as version WCAG 1.0 in ____________ .

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The new ICT Accessibility Standard states that public-facing and internal-facing web content must meet the __________________.

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For people with___________ , spelling or reading words can be error prone because visual encoding of text is difficult.

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___________________ is a front-end framework of flexible and themeable templates and reusable components that are accessible, usable, interoperable, mobile friendly and multilingual.

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Make all functionality available from a keyboard is ______________ Principle.

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With ________________ developers can create widgets such as buttons, drop-down lists, carousels, calendar functions, tabs, sliders, disclosures (show/hide), and others.

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Make content appear and operate in predictable ways is _____________ Principle.

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The following terms such as Principles, Guidelines and Success Criteria are called ______________

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____________________  provides a framework for adding attributes to identify features for user interaction, how they relate to each other, and their current state.

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The Accessibility Standards Canada (ASC) / Canadian Accessibility Standards Development Organization (CASDO) committees will include:

A) Experts,

B) Persons with disability

C) Industry representatives

 

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Give users enough time to read and use content is ____________ Principle.

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The Guideline on Making Information Technology Usable by All also requires that web content conform to ______  and _____________

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The ______________ is an occasional reference, for something like the definition of an ARIA attribute. It’s oriented primarily at user agent implementers.

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With ________________, developers can identify different regions of the page to enable screen reader users to easily move between regions.

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The __________________  is technical standard document that explains how to make web content more accessible to people with disabilities.

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The purpose of identifying, removing and preventing barriers in 7 key areas, is part of _______________.

  • Service Design and Delivery
  • Built Environment
  • Employment
  • Information and Communication Technologies
  • Communications
  • Transportation
  • Procurement

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WCAG addresses barriers faced by a wide range of people with disabilities, including those with __________________ disabilities.

A) Visual

B) Auditory

C) Physical

D) Speech

E) Cognitive

F) Neurological

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________________, provides features to define accessible user interface elements and to improve the accessibility and interoperability of web content and applications.

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Ensure that automatically specified content is accessible and is preserved. This refers to

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Make it easier to use inputs other than keyboard is ___________ Principle.

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WCAG 2.2 has __________  additional criteria.

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Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) addresses ________________.

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______________   are written as testable (true or false) statements that are not technology-specific.

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WCAG 2.0 standard was released in ____________ .

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Each ______________  is assigned a conformance level A, level AA (better), level AAA (best).

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