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Designing online courseware so that it's accessible to all people is important. Accessible means usable by people who are blind or who have low vision, people with impaired mobility, people who are deaf or hard-of-hearning, people who are color-blind, people with a minimal command of the language, and people with a cognitive disability. Broadly speaking, different learning styles or even different learning preferences should be considered. This presentation highlights the key points of lesson 12 : "Universal Design for Learning and Accessibility" in the Online Course : Using #OER to Create K-12 Curriculum (http://classroom-aid.com/2013/04/23/online-course-using-oer-to-create-k-12-curriculum/)
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