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This site is useful to educators for the following reasons: Instructors can find descriptions of learning dissabilities on the site. Learner needs are discussed and resources can be located for over coming learning disabilities. Students can be referred to tutorials on basic technology competencies. This Open University Web Guide is concerned with Internet accessibility issues. The site provides links to Microsoft resource guides which describe various kinds of learning... More
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Date Added to MERLOT: November 12, 2006
Date Modified in MERLOT: July 24, 2009
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Primary Audience: Professional
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Technical Requirements: A computer with a web browser and internet access are all that is required to view this material.
Language: English
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Avatar for Ali Afshar
9 years ago

Ali Afshar (Student)

This website has some good basic information for surfing the worldwide web that can be used for those with less technology skills and/or disabilities. Good examples of resources for users with disabilities are different links that take the users to websites with so much information about extra features that common web browsers have.