Take your teaching online
Take your teaching online

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Summary

This week you have learned about assistive technologies and how users with impairments interact with online teaching materials. You have learned how to make your online materials more accessible, how to produce alternative versions where necessary, and how to consider accessibility requirements when searching for Open Educational Resources. Next you will look at the factors affecting the way you might make a change in your teaching, and you will start planning to move an element of your teaching online.

Rita certainly has something to say about this week’s materials – let’s see how she’s getting on:

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