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Access e-learning

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Material Type: Tutorial
Date Added to MERLOT: November 05, 2006
Date Modified in MERLOT: April 04, 2014
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Submitter : Laura Franklin

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A free,online ten-module tutorial that offers information, instructional techniques, and practice labs on how to make the most common needs in distance education accessible for individuals with disabilities, and enhance the usability of online materials for all students. To view a video of the award winning author, go to View... More

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Primary Audience: College General Ed, College Lower Division, College Upper Division
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Language: English
Cost Involved: no Source Code Available: no
Accessiblity Information Available: unsure Copyright: yes
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Avatar for Raja Kamar
1 week ago

Raja Kamar (Faculty)

i need e-learning journals
Used in course

Avatar for Demitra Williams
36 weeks ago

Demitra Williams (Student)

I would like to say that this information is very detailed and is very accessible for usage. The presenter was very detailed and went the extra mile to cover all aspects of access learning.

Technical Remarks:

I definitely learned alot and this information could be used by the less technical savy person with ease. Being that I am not that polished in technical devices and programs I found this information very helpful and I could definitely use it in the classroom.

Time spent reviewing site: 25 minutes

Avatar for Shelley Craig
37 weeks ago

Shelley Craig (Student)

This tutorial tool is a really good introduction to tools for e learning.  I really liked the layout and the brievity of the information.  The user experience was very good.

Time spent reviewing site: 10 minutes

Avatar for Melissa Poole
1 year ago

Melissa Poole (Quality Matters)

Great resource for planning how to retrofit courses with accessibility.


Avatar for Pam Beveridge
3 years ago

Pam Beveridge (Faculty)

This is a good resource for online instructors to use to keep in mind the accessibility issues. The resources were categorized by disability issue.
Time spent reviewing site: 45

Avatar for Valerie Schmitz
4 years ago

Valerie Schmitz (Faculty)

This is a great resource with very specific hands-on activities for creating accessible content. I will be using these modules in my online learning development course.
Time spent reviewing site: 30 minutes
Used in course

Avatar for Dawn Giannoni
4 years ago

Dawn Giannoni (Consultant)

Accessibility is always a key concern for those offering online courses. This takes it head-on! All the resources used provide very clear guidelines. More than this the organization of the materials is quite user friendly. I completed a Master's degree several years ago in online course design and delivery. This would have been a very useful resource in that program---and this Web resource speaks to the areas of most concern, for instructors, and is current in its approach.

Technical Remarks:

I found everything easy to navigate and accessible!

Avatar for Kip Finnegan
4 years ago

Kip Finnegan (Faculty)

This is some very useful information that is needed by educators everywhere.

Avatar for Kathleen Gormley
4 years ago

Kathleen Gormley (Faculty)

As a faculty member teaching online and hybrid courses, I always worry about accessibility. Here is a very clear, direct manner to consider making all materials accessible. Very informative!
Time spent reviewing site: 1 hour

Avatar for Suwalee Buasuwan
5 years ago

Suwalee Buasuwan (Staff)

Good Instructional Design

Avatar for Esperanza Zenon
5 years ago

Esperanza Zenon (Faculty)

This is an outstanding tool for educating anyone (especially future teachers) about the use of technology to provide access. The links provided are very useful.

Avatar for Michelle Farley
6 years ago

Michelle Farley (Staff)

As an instructional consultant and instructor, this module is exactly what I've been looking for regarding accessibility and hands on activities regarding the creation and/or editing of multimedia files. What a great resource!!!

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