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Designing accessible courses - a reflection on the use of UDL and OERs to create an open education course

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A short presentation developed for The Open University's H818 Networked Practitioner online conference 2017.

In this presentation I provide an overview and demonstration of an open education course I have been developing for higher education practitioners, which utilises both Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and open education resources (OERs).

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Designing accessible courses - a reflection on the use of UDL and OERs to create an open education course

  1. 1. Designing accessible courses – A reflection on the use of UDL and OERs to create an open education course This presentation and accompanying notes can be downloaded from: bit.ly/designaccessible Danny Ball iball89
  2. 2. BACKGROUND
  3. 3. ‘Teaching and learning pedagogies, practices and technologies can inadvertently create barriers for students with disabilities’ McNaught (2016)
  4. 4. myapproach
  5. 5. myapproach SOCIAL MODEL OF DISABILITY
  6. 6. myapproach SOCIAL MODEL OF DISABILITY TRANSLATING THEORY INTO PRACTICE
  7. 7. myapproach SOCIAL MODEL OF DISABILITY TRANSLATING THEORY INTO PRACTICE PROACTIVE
  8. 8. COURSE OVERVIEW & DEMONSTRATION
  9. 9. FLIPPED LEARNING
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  12. 12. SOME FEEDBACK “First glance, it looks great. Look forward to seeing more.” Rayya Ghul, Head of Academic Development, CCCU “As a university lecturer I would definitely use this resource.” Heather Bloodworth, Senior Lecturer & H818 Student
  13. 13. RESPONDING TO FEEDBACK “The term understanding in itself can be weak for an objective so instead consider something like ‘discuss’...” Rosie Greenslade, Senior Academic Developer, CCCU “…I think I would have benefitted from practical examples of how others have applied it in their context” Allison Bell, H818 Student
  14. 14. CONCLUSION Find out more about my project at: bit.ly/designaccessible

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