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Evaluating Accessibility

Recently we have been involved in a number of conversations about accessibility as it relates to universal design for learning or universal design in education. Specifically, how does one measure the accessibility of curriculum, instruction, devices, and environments? How accessible does something have to be to be considered universal? A number of researchers are working [...]

Online Learning and Accessibility

A recently released study has us thinking about online learning and issues of accessibility. Let’s first describe the study and then pose some questions about universal design of online learning environments and materials. Evidence-Based Practices in Online Learning: A Meta-Analysis and Review of Online Learning Studies (2009) is a recently released report by the U.S. [...]