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H810 Accessible online learning: supporting disabled students - a catalyst for change

Post written by MA in Online and Distance Education student Gemma Holtam

Having a personal and professional interest in how technology can be used can create accessible learning, in September 2014 I enrolled onto the Open University masters level module… 506 more words


Activity 4.1 Challenges faced by disabled students in HE

My notes so far:


Challenging to

My context

Registration processes on campus and online

Can present challenges to varying degrees to all students. For those with an impairment the process can be stressful and difficult to complete e.g. 468 more words

Block 1

Activity 2.4 - defining accessibility

Answer the following questions using what you have read in the set book and the resources:

  • How would you define ‘accessibility’?
    Ensuring equal access to all, with no barriers or obstacles and relevant support or alternatives available as appropriate.
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My role in online learning and accessibility

Activity 1.2: Write notes for yourself or create an entry in your blog about your role and context in education and how they relate to accessibility and online learning. 636 more words


H810: Accessible online learning


After ‘radio silence’ on my elearning blog for almost exactly 18 months (and failing to record my thoughts in my last job) I’m dusting off the blogging keyboard and getting ready to reflect on my learning once more. 170 more words


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H810 Reflections on completing the module

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H810 Accessible Online Learning is over! I submitted the H810 EMA last week with a big sigh of relief. This blog post is reflection what this module covered and what I learnt. 742 more words