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Open Educational Resources and Inclusive Design

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Slides for a design workshop on inclusive open educational resources at the 2011 Open Video Conference

Slides for a design workshop on inclusive open educational resources at the 2011 Open Video Conference

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    • 1. What is accessibility?
    • 2. Rethinking Disability
    • 3. Rethinking Disability
    • 4. Rethinking Disability A mismatch between the user and the user interface
    • 5. Accessibility is... the ability of the systemto accommodate the needs of the user
    • 6. who is the typical, average learner?
    • 7. one size fits all?http://www.flickr.com/photos/satyricom/4991427606/sizes/l/in/photostream/
    • 8. Inclusive OER Design Exercise who? when? where? how? what?
    • 9. who? imagine a studenttheir needs, tastes, learning style, interests
    • 10. personasa persona is a user archetype used to help guide thedesign of features, navigation, interactions, and more.
    • 11. when? where? context and environmentwhen does our student learn, and where? at home, late at night? in the computer lab? in a classroom? online?
    • 12. how? technologies & teaching methodsindependent or collaborative learning? using a laptop or mobile phone or a textbook?
    • 13. what? the learning experiencewhat’s the subject matter? how can it be designed to best suit our learner? what forms of media, teaching techniques, etc. will we use?

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