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Evaluation Details

Browser/OS Used:

Firefox 15/ Windows 7 Live Essentials 2011

Adaptive Technology Used:

JAWS 13

Sakai Tool:

Preferences

Page(s) Tested /
Walkthrough Script:

Preferences

Date:

10-9-2012

QA Server:

Sakacle1-trunk.uits.indiana.edu

QA Server Environment:
(Copy from footer)

Sakai 2.9.0-rc01 (Kernel 1.3.0-rc01)

Evaluation Participants:

Walt Stover/Scott Williams

Evaluation Complete: (Yes / No):

Yes

Accessibility Issues and Recommended Solutions

Task / Subject

Results / Issue

Recommendations

Priority

JIRAs

Login and Find Tool

Pass. Needed to hit insert+esc to start navigating screen. Was able to verify all sites present.

 

 

 

Change the "Tabs" Preference Settings

Fail. Needed to look at Sakai help to figure out how to operate Preferences tool tabs functionality, but the help was outdated and didn't match the interface. Tab paradigm was confusing to Walt. Spacial nature of paradigm had be described in order for the direction keys to make sense. The i, j, k, m keys make no sense and conflict with JAWS shortcut keys. Walt thought that i, j, k, m keys would each go to a different destination. (Arrow keys would be more intuitive?) Walt tried to use insert+f1. Walt discovered that shft+right_arrow would select course. Ctrl-arrow did not move the selected course, however.

Better documentation for the reorder tool is needed.

 

 

Change "Notifications" Preference Settings

Pass. The confirmation message that appeared on the screen was not announced by JAWS.

 

 

 

Change "Time Zone" Preference Settings

Pass. The confirmation message that appeared on the screen was not announced by JAWS.

 

 

 

     

Priority Definitions

  • Critical: Issue will keep some/all users from being able to use this tool.
  • Major: Issue will cause significant difficulty to some/all users and should be revised.
  • Minor: Tool can be used successfully, but functionality will be significantly improved by fixing issue.
  • Trivial: Indicates that this issue has a relatively minor impact.