Making Distance Learning Courses Accessible to Students with Disabilities
Adam Tanners, Kavita Rao, University of Hawai’i at Manoa, United States
TCC, ISSN 1937-1659 Publisher: TCCHawaii
This paper provides an overview of how and why online courses are made accessible for people with disabilities. As online learning becomes more popular and with legal mandates requiring accessibility, designers and instructors of courses should be aware of the possibilities for accommodating diverse needs. Four scenarios for accommodating students who are blind, deaf, have learning disabilities or mobility impairments are provided.
Tanners, A. & Rao, K. (2008). Making Distance Learning Courses Accessible to Students with Disabilities. In Proceedings of TCC 2008 (pp. 184-189). TCCHawaii.
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