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Developing inclusive learning resources: creating accessible and inclusive learning materials to support learners who are blind and partially sighted

Accessibility and usability go hand in hand. It is essential that students with sight loss and other disabilities receive learning experiences that are as similar as possible to those of their peers. This course focuses on three important components of inclusive learning: appropriate teaching strategies, the modification of learning materials and the role of technology in the production of accessible resources.
08 March 2007 16:00 to 22:00
RNIB, Birmingham City Centre
Jodi Bailey
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