Category Archives: accessibility

Designing for Digital Capabilities in the Curriculum

Originally posted on Inspiring learning.

Scott provides an overview of Jisc resources showcased at the recent Connect More events to support digital capability. These resources complement the ‘Curriculum Confidence: Deigning Digital Capabilities in the Curriculum’ sessions at Connect More and are aimed at curriculum staff wishing to embed digital into programmes of study.

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Accessibility considerations for learning analytics

Originally posted on Effective Learning Analytics.

Enshrined in our Code of Practice for Learning Analytics is the principle that learning analytics should be for the benefit of students. It’s important for ethical and legal reasons to ensure that students with special needs are able to benefit equally from the technologies, and are not put at a disadvantage by the collection and use of … Read more

Virtual fieldwork and equivalent experiences

Originally posted on lawrie : converged.

I thought I’d left this debate behind a while ago, but recently I noticed that “reasonable adjustments” and “equivalent experiences” have appeared in learning technology discussions. I should say that I think learning technologists have the best of intentions, but I also think that there are approaches that will lead to two tier provision, either […] Read more

It’s a question of style

Originally posted on Jisc digital capability codesign challenge blog.

In applications such as Word and Powerpoint you have styles. In online tools such as WordPress and Moodle you also have styles. Reflecting on your own capability in using styles in applications, would you consider yourself to be: Proficient Confident Competent Aware Unaware Your response to this question provides a real insight into your actual … Read more