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2007: Accessibility and Special Educational Needs: new approaches for bringing eLearning to SEN learners

by Director at Hassell Inclusion ltd. on Sep 07, 2011

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Presentation given by Jonathan Hassell (Accessibility Editor, Digital Curriculum for BBC New Media) at BETT 2007. ...

Presentation given by Jonathan Hassell (Accessibility Editor, Digital Curriculum for BBC New Media) at BETT 2007.

Covers: how to make eLearning resources inclusive by making them accessible to learners with Special Education Needs by including subtitles, text to speech, keyboard & switch access, customisation of font size and colour; where you may need to produce different 'beyond inclusion' eLearning resources where groups of disabled learners have different curriculum needs or different needs in learning approach (mostly to do with sensory impairments); 'Performing Hands' innovative signing avatars and BSL videos for letting Deaf children learn literacy in English and BSL; 'Benjamins House' innovative audiogame and new poems written and read by Benjamin Zephaniah for letting Blind children learn literacy in English and Braille

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