At Scrible, we support educational institutions in meeting their obligation to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by providing access to learning technology programs for users with disabilities.
Please note: As some Scrible features and are tied to the Scrible Extension, Scrible is fully optimized when using the Chrome, Edge, and Safari browsers.
For the Visually Impaired
Scrible is a Web-based program accessed via the browser. It is therefore 100% responsive to the zoom/magnification settings in the Chrome browser. Users who have low vision and need to magnify Scrible’s interfaces may increase magnification up to 400%. All Scrible features, including the Scrible Toolbar automatically respond to the magnification level chosen.
All online articles and PDF files stored in the Scrible Library can be accessed using Screen Reader from Google, a free screen reader provided by Google for visually impaired users. Install Screen Reader from here. Note that depending on how a PDF was generated, the screen reader may encounter some issues reading it. Also, the screen reader’s ability to read a page saved to Scrible will depend on how well the original page could be read by the screen reader.
The Scrible Library* and Toolbar offer keyboard navigation. Please see the documentation for the Library Shortcuts and Toolbar Shortcuts for more information about shortcut sequences to quickly navigate between different areas and tools.
* The outline editor in the library is currently not enabled with keyboard navigation. This is on our roadmap.