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E-learning accessibility involves different technologies and standards. First of all, both the e-learning content and the e-learning platform should be accessible, in order to be effective. Several standards have been defined to provide an accessible e-elearning. This proposal aims to describe such standards, how existing e-learning platforms and technologies are compliant with them and how they apply accessible funcionalities.
Page authors: Justin Brown, Silvia Mirri
Learning Objects accessibility, E-learning platform accessibility, Learners profiling, Evaluating e-learning systems accessibility
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- Accessibility standards for E-Learning Objects
- Accessibility standards for E-Learning CMS's
- Accessibility standards for Learner Profiling
- Accessible interfaces in current LCMS's
- Accessibility tools and functionality within current LCMS's
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