Accessibility of eLearning
Accessibility of eLearning

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Accessibility of eLearning

3.11 Activity 2: Creating a plan of action

Activity 2

In Activity 1 you created a list of types of interaction that might be found in a set of your eLearning materials. Now it is time to revisit that list. Did the materials in this course prompt you to think of other interactions you had missed? What about the ways in which disabled students might access your materials – add to your list any that you may have initially not thought about. Finally, consider ways in which those issues might be removed or avoided, now that you know a little more about how to create accessible eLearning.

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