PhET Interactive Simulations has published their first chemistry simulation Molarity with the following accessibility features:
- Alternative Input (or diverse input) – keyboard, touch, mouse, and VoiceOver gestures on iOS
- Sonification and Sound – meaningful sounds that help all students (option available to mute the sounds)
- Interactive Description – states and responses that are dynamic using screen reader software
- Interactive Description on iOS – states and responses that are dynamic using VoiceOver and its custom gestures
Alternative input and sonification are available without assistive technology (#1 & #2). To access interactive descriptions you will need to use the latest screen reader of your choice: VoiceOver, NVDA or JAWS and the appropriately paired browser Safari, Firefox, and Chrome (#3 & #4).
You can play with Molarity and use it in your learning journey for free at the following link: https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/molarity
All of PhET’s simulations with Accessibility features can be found at the following link: https://phet.colorado.edu/en/accessibility/prototypes