Accessibility: Pivot Interactives is for all students.

We are committed to making Pivot Interactives accessible for all learners. We’re continuously expanding the features of our website to make it work for everyone. Pivot Interactives is the leader in using interactive video for science learning, and also a leader in making these activities available for all students.

We have two goals for accessibility in Pivot Interactives:

  1. All components and tools within Pivot Interactive learning activities will meet accessibility requirements described in WCAG 2.1

  2. Visually impaired students will have the option of a text alternative that provides the data and measurements needed to complete the activity.

All our current development adheres to WCAG 2.1. This road map shows how we will attain these goals.

  1. Accessible Video Player

    Our newly updated video player will conforms to WCAG 2.1, including screen reader capability, keyboard control alternatives, descriptive text available for videos.

  2. Accessible Data Table

    Our newly updated data table tool now conforms to WCAG 2.1, including screen reader capability and keyboard control alternatives.

  3. Information for students with visual impairment

    When using Pivot Interactives learning activities, students use interactive video to make observations and measurements. Instructors have the option of providing additional information for students with visual impairments that make the process of making measurements difficult. When an instructor flags a student as visually impaired, additional information, such as measurement data or additional text descriptions, will be available to the student. This will allow the student to complete the activity even if they are not able to make the visual measurements. Contact for more information about this.

Using interactive video is a new idea and we are committed to being leaders in providing accessible methods for learning with this medium We will continue to ensure that Pivot Interactives is accessible to all learners.

Here is our Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT).

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