Disabled Accessibility Trivia Questions! Quiz

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  • 1. 

    Mary has poor vision how would you help with this?

    • A.

      Increase size of screen

    • B.

      Change screen resolution

    • C.

      Increase size of icons and text

    Correct Answer
    C. Increase size of icons and text
    Explanation
    Increasing the size of icons and text would help Mary with her poor vision as it would make the content on the screen more visible and easier for her to read and navigate. This adjustment would make the icons and text appear larger, ensuring that Mary can see them more clearly and comfortably.

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  • 2. 

    Joe has poor mobility in his fingers?

    • A.

      Bigger mouse and keyboard

    • B.

      Rollerball mouse and onscreen keyboard

    Correct Answer
    B. Rollerball mouse and onscreen keyboard
    Explanation
    The answer "rollerball mouse and onscreen keyboard" is the correct option because they are assistive devices designed to improve mobility for individuals with poor finger mobility. A rollerball mouse allows Joe to control the cursor using a rolling ball, which requires less finger dexterity compared to a regular mouse. On the other hand, an onscreen keyboard enables Joe to type using a mouse or other pointing device instead of relying on physical keys, making it easier for him to input text without the need for precise finger movements. These solutions help accommodate Joe's limited finger mobility and enhance his computer usage experience.

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  • 3. 

    Jean is an ex typist who has recently gone blind, how can you help?

    • A.

      Offer to type for her

    • B.

      Suggest voice recognition software

    • C.

      Access Narrator

    Correct Answer
    C. Access Narrator
    Explanation
    Accessing Narrator can help Jean, who is blind, by providing a built-in screen reader in Windows that reads out text and describes events happening on the screen. This feature can assist Jean in navigating through her computer, accessing files, and using various applications. It enables her to interact with the computer using keyboard commands and receive audio feedback, making it easier for her to perform tasks independently despite her visual impairment.

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  • 4. 

    Bill has very little mobility in hands what do you suggest?

    • A.

      Get someone to type for him

    • B.

      Rollerball mouse with onscreen keyboard

    • C.

      Voice recognition software

    Correct Answer
    C. Voice recognition software
    Explanation
    Given that Bill has very little mobility in his hands, the most suitable suggestion would be to use voice recognition software. This technology allows users to control their devices and input text by speaking instead of typing. With voice recognition software, Bill can simply speak his thoughts or commands, and the software will convert his speech into written text. This would enable him to use his computer or mobile device effectively without relying on typing or physical input methods.

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  • 5. 

    John has glaucoma and using the computer causes eye strain

    • A.

      Make text and icons bigger

    • B.

      Increase screen resolution

    • C.

      Use magnifier

    Correct Answer
    C. Use magnifier
    Explanation
    Given that John has glaucoma and using the computer causes eye strain, the best solution would be to use a magnifier. A magnifier can enlarge the text and icons on the screen, making them easier to see and reducing eye strain. This would be more effective than simply increasing the screen resolution, as it specifically addresses the issue of poor vision caused by glaucoma.

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