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Honoured to get my adventures shared with a wider audience

I may have been slightly quiet on the blogging front with exams, assignments and the end of uni, but I can assure you i’ve been busy and i’ve got lots of activities and adventures to share with you all over the next few weeks. 113 more words

Life Log

8 top tips: Designing online courses

Designing an online course is a bit like planning a holiday. It’s about the destination, the fellow travellers, itinerary and luggage.

1.     Destination

When planning a course the first thing to pin down is the goal. 622 more words

Constructive Alignment

How Can The Internet Be Made More Accessible To Everyone?

The Americans with Disabilities Act has enabled individuals with disabilities to live more independent and inclusive lives. Curb cuts and ramps make it easier for people with mobility impairments to access public places, while audio announcements allow those of us with vision loss to travel independently. 460 more words

In Guiding, I know my daughter is accepted

Most of the time, being a mother to Ella, who is six and has down syndrome, is just like being a mother to my son or younger daughter. 612 more words

Girls' Guides

AMCTO Accessibility Hub Coming Soon

AMCTO is pleased to announce the upcoming launch of the Accessibility Hub in early June. This will be a website dedicated to sharing the work that individuals, municipalities, public, private and non-profit organizations have been doing to improve the everyday lives of people with disabilities. 474 more words

Commentary: A Different Way of Seeing Museum Exhibits

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is commemorating the anniversary with… 497 more words