8 Tips To Improve eLearning Accessibility For Online Learners With Special Needs

| March 6, 2019

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Confusing navigation controls and lack of personalized support are some of the most common issues that remote learners face. But those who have visual impairments, learning disabilities, and other special requirements must add other hurdles to the list, which can make the learning process frustrating, stressful, and wholly ineffective. Thus, it’s crucial to understand the challenges that every member of your audience must contend with, then figure out how to develop an all-inclusive eLearning experience.

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MobileMind

Our vision is a dramatically improved next generation education system. To achieve this we have developed the most innovative professional learning platform for helping educators integrate transformative Google tools in the classroom.Technology is disrupting education more than ever before, and schools are struggling to keep up. This is causing Chromebook 1:1 and G Suite initiatives to fall short of expectations or stall outright. This adoption challenge is evident in our K-12 classrooms, often resulting from a lack of effective professional development (PD). Even if PD is offered to educators, it may unfortunately fail to address the unique needs of our adult learners, hindering teachers’ ability and motivation to appropriately infuse technology into their instruction. Furthermore, traditional PD has a bad brand among teachers, often plagued with colloquialisms such as “sit and get”, as teachers complain that PD has historically been “too time consuming”, “impersonal”, “tools base

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