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Access ≠ Accessibility


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1st draft on 25 November 2017 @ 0550am

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Access ≠ Accessibility

  1. 1. Access ≠ Accessibility (for eLearning content) - Poh Sun Goh “What you know about, know of, have access to, does not mean it is accessible, on demand, on hand, at your fingertips, when you need it”