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EdTech: Creating inclusive content: Practice


This module follows on from the module Creating inclusive content: Principles. It shows how the principles from Creating inclusive content: Principles can be applied to create resources that are good for all users.


This module shows you how to design and create resources that work for all learners.


After completing this module you will be able to:
- create resources that work for all users
- refresh your existing content in line with the principles of good practice

Digital Teaching Professional Framework

This module covers the EdTech component - F1 : Accessibility

  • Provide equitable access to appropriate digital technologies and resources, e.g. ensuring that all learners have access to the digital technologies used.
  • Select and use digital strategies which respond to the learner's digital context, e.g. contextual constraints to their technology use (e.g. availability, institutional restrictions - offender learning, work based learning), competences, expectations, attitudes, misconceptions and misuses.
  • Use digital technologies and strategies, e.g. assistive technologies, designed for learners' in need of special support (e.g. learners with physical or mental constraints; learners with learning disorders).
  • Consider and respond to potential accessibility issues when selecting, modifying or creating digital resources and to provide alternative or compensatory tools or approaches for learners with special needs.
  • Use design principles for increasing accessibility for the resources and digital environments used in teaching.
  • Continuously monitor and reflect on the suitability of the measures implemented to improve accessibility and adapt strategies accordingly.
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21st February 2020
Sally Betts

A useful reminder.

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19th February 2020
Jane Tomlinson

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7th February 2020
dawn goodman

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4th February 2020
Rachel Sherwood

Another good resource and reminder to take all learning styles into consideration when developing digital resources

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3rd February 2020
Alistair McNaught

Such a massive area it's a challenge to cover in a few minutes but this is a nice approach and exemplifies the accessibility benefits of flipping the teaching approaches, creating active learning tasks and involving disabled students in discussions. I guess the big issue for most practitioners is 'how long will this approach take' and 'what do I prioritise?'. Given those considerations there might be value in also exploring where an institution's digital vision and strategy is essential in supporting practice - but that would involve missing out something else important!

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1st February 2020
Vikki Liogier

So important for us, educators, to use a wide range of media as teaching material, and not just lots of text. Cognitive overload will confuse learners. This module is a good reminder for us to pace and “scaffold learning with cues, clues and context.”

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16th January 2020
Christina Copperthwaite

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13th January 2020
Patricia Odell

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13th January 2020
Sarah Simons

I found this resource useful as a reminder of the various ways that text can be reduced and refined to promote clarity and understanding in digital resources.

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7th January 2020
Julie Meredith

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2nd January 2020
Matthew Gordon

Creating inclusive content: Principles summary and activity were useful I thought.

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20th December 2019
Romina mezzatesta

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5th December 2019
Ingrid Orea

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