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  1. Sakai
  2. SAK-34733

samigo: accessibility: Display (and read, for screen reader users) question type at top of screen during take

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      SAM-3315
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      1. In a site with at least one student and the Tests & Quizzes tool, create a quiz with at least one of each type of question.  For Multiple Choice, be sure to include one of each format Multiple Choice as well (i.e. one Single Selection, one Multiple Selection).
      2. Publish the quiz.
      3. Enable a screen reader (e.g. NVDA, ChromeVox).
      4. Log in as a student and take the quiz.
      5. Ensure that for each question, it states the question number and type of question (e.g. Multiple Choice, Single Selection, Multiple Choice, Multiple Selection, Fill in the Blank, Numeric Response etc.)  This information should be available to both screen reader and sighted users.
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      In a site with at least one student and the Tests & Quizzes tool, create a quiz with at least one of each type of question.  For Multiple Choice, be sure to include one of each format Multiple Choice as well (i.e. one Single Selection, one Multiple Selection). Publish the quiz. Enable a screen reader (e.g. NVDA, ChromeVox). Log in as a student and take the quiz. Ensure that for each question, it states the question number and type of question (e.g. Multiple Choice, Single Selection, Multiple Choice, Multiple Selection, Fill in the Blank, Numeric Response etc.)  This information should be available to both screen reader and sighted users.

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      When students are taking a test, there is no indication to them of what type of question they will be answering at the top of the screen.  This can be a problem especially for screen reader users because if the instructor does not make it clear in the question text what type of question it is, it can be confusing for the user to figure out how to answer the question.

      Samigo should state after the question number what type of question the student will encounter there, e.g. Question 1: Multiple Choice, Single Selection.

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                  maintenanceteam Core Team
                  Reporter:
                  rainribbon Tiffany Stull
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