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E-learning represents a strategic resource, allowing students with disabilities to overcome the obstacles related to the traditional classroom activities and effectively addressing their special needs. This highlights the necessity to plan and deliver courses that are universally accessible both at a technological and at a methodological-didactic level, to guarantee all students an inclusive learning experience despite their disabilities. Papers, work, resources, guidelines to develop e-learning accessibility in a perspective of Universal Design.
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E. Guglielman, E‐learning and disability: accessibility as a contribute to inclusion

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Doctoral Consortium at EC-TEL 2010 - Proceedings of the 5th Doctoral Consortium at the European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning, Barcelona, Spain, September 29, 2010, pp. 31-36.
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Accessibility Considerations for Online Training and Learning

This session will introduce participants to Universal Design (UD) and how it applies to online learning development. We will walk through the steps of creating ...
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Universal instructional design principles for mobile learning | Elias | The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning

Universal instructional design principles for mobile learning | Elias | The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning | E-learning accessibility | Scoop.it

This chart outlines the UID Principles and the online distance education and m-learning recommendations for inclusive m-learning.

 

"UID principles have been developed to build flexibility of use into both the instructional design and operating systems of educational materials so that they will be appropriate to the widest range of students (Connell et al., 1997; Scott, McGuire, & Shaw, 2003; Burgstahler, 2007). Elias (2010) extracted eight UID principles that are particularly useful in distance education (DE):

> equitable use;

> flexible use;

> simple and intuitive;

> perceptible information;

> tolerance for error;

> low physical and technical effort;

> community of learners and support;and

> instructional climate."


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ETSI - New European Standard on accessibility requirements for public procurement of ICT products and services

ETSI - New European Standard on accessibility requirements for public procurement of ICT products and services | E-learning accessibility | Scoop.it
Joint press release from ETSI and CEN-CENELEC, New European Standard on accessibility requirements for public procurement of ICT products and services
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The new European Standard on "Accessibility requirements suitable for public procurement of ICT products and services in Europe" produced in response to a request from the European Commission (Mandate 376).

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UDL Guidelines Version 2.0! | National Center On Universal Design for Learning

UDL Guidelines Version 2.0! | National Center On Universal Design for Learning | E-learning accessibility | Scoop.it

A one page handout on the UDL Guidelines is available to download on this page. For a pdf click on the 2nd link.


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