Answer Key: Self-Tests

Self-Test 1

  1. In Ontario, which section of the AODA Information and Communication Standards addresses website and web content accessibility?
    1. [incorrect] Section 6
    2. [incorrect] Section 12
    3. [incorrect] Section 13
    4. [correct] Section 14
    5. [incorrect] Section 18
  2. In the U.S., when are obligated organizations required to comply with the recent changes to Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act?
    1. [incorrect] January 1, 2019
    2. [incorrect] January 1, 2018
    3. [correct] January 18, 2018
    4. [incorrect] March 17, 2017
    5. [incorrect] January 1, 2017

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Self-Test 2

  1. Of the following roles, which roles need a good understanding of WCAG 2.0, as opposed to a basic understanding? Choose all that apply.
    1. [incorrect] Graphic artists
    2. [correct] Web developers
    3. [incorrect] Web content editors
    4. [incorrect] Video support staff
    5. [correct] Procurement and purchasing staff
    6. [incorrect] Retail store staff
  2. Which of the following should be goals and responsibilities of an accessibility committee? Choose all that apply.
    1. [incorrect] Planning the annual company golf tournament.
    2. [correct] Raising accessibility awareness
    3. [correct] Representing the organization in public affairs related to accessibility
    4. [correct] Encouraging feedback to share problems and solutions
    5. [correct] Developing internal accessibility standards
    6. [correct] Implementing accessibility in quality assurance procedures
    7. [correct] Consulting on legal matters related to accessibility
    8. [correct] Providing web and digital accessibility support

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Self-Test 3

  1. Which of the following factors might you take into consideration when selecting a service to audit the accessibility of your organization’s website? Choose all that apply.
    1. [correct] How long the firm has been in business?
    2. [correct] Does the firm’s auditing processes align with W3C accessibility auditing best practices?
    3. [correct] Does the firm provide automated self-assessment tools for accessibility checking?
    4. [correct] Does the firm offer training for your staff?
    5. [incorrect] Do auditing staff have a university accessibility degree?
  2. When self-assessing web accessibility, which of the following are strategies that might be used? Choose all that apply.
    1. [correct] Conduct a Tab key test.
    2. [correct] Use automated accessibility checkers.
    3. [correct] Assign people with disabilities to carry out testing.
    4. [correct] Use a screen reader to navigate through a website.
    5. [correct] Conduct colour contrast testing using an online tool.

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Self-Test 4

  1. When recommending accessibility requirements for web developers, it is best to send them directly to WCAG, on the W3C website.
    1. [incorrect] True
    2. [correct] False
  2. When recommending guidelines for staff that produce PDF documents, WCAG should be suggested.
    1. [incorrect] True
    2. [correct] False

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Self-Test 5

  1. Lewin’s change model includes eight key steps for managing change.
    1. [incorrect] True
    2. [correct] False
  2. Of the following, which one is not a stage of the Kotter Model?
    1. [incorrect] Communicate the Vision
    2. [incorrect] Create Urgency
    3. [correct] Misunderstanding
    4. [incorrect] Create Short-Term Wins

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Self-Test 6

  1. How many steps does the WebAIM accessibility policy implementation model have?
    1. [incorrect] 5
    2. [incorrect] 6
    3. [incorrect] 7
    4. [correct] 8
    5. [incorrect] 9
    6. [incorrect] 10
  2. When creating an accessibility statement, which of the following were mentioned as elements that might be included in the statement? Choose all that apply.
    1. [correct] Known accessibility issues
    2. [correct] Website accessibility features
    3. [correct] Statement of commitment
    4. [correct] Statement of compliance
    5. [incorrect] The name of the website’s developer

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Self-Test 7

  1. When vendors are describing the level of accessibility their product complies with, they should mention Level AAA.
    1. [incorrect] True
    2. [correct] False
  2. If a vendor mentions a few known accessibility issues in their accessibility statement for a product, purchasing or licensing the product should be avoided.
    1. [incorrect] True
    2. [correct] False

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Self-Test 8

  1. When hiring a new graduate web developer, they should list at least one course they took on web accessibility.
    1. [incorrect] True
    2. [correct] False
  2. Workplace accommodations for a person who is blind would typically include which of the following technologies? Choose all that apply.
    1. [correct] Screen reader
    2. [incorrect] Voice recognition
    3. [incorrect] Trackball
    4. [incorrect] Text-to-speech
    5. [incorrect] Screen magnification

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Self-Test 9

  1. Described in Accessibility Awareness Requirements in Other Organizational Roles, it is important for Management to have the following accessibility related knowledge. Choose all that apply.
    1. [correct] Knowledge of local and relevant international accessibility–related regulations
    2. [correct] Knowledge of accessibility policy
    3. [incorrect] Knowledge of disabilities and associated barriers
    4. [incorrect] Document accessibility (e.g., invoices, receipts, and product specifications)
    5. [incorrect] User interface accessibility design
  2. Which of the following would be a typical accommodation for a person with fine-motor impairment. Choose all that apply.
    1. [correct] Speech recognition software
    2. [correct] Eye tracking hardware
    3. [correct] Button switch hardware
    4. [correct] Large-key keyboard
    5. [incorrect] Screen reader software
    6. [incorrect] Screen magnification software
    7. [correct] Head mouse hardware

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