Monthly Archives: July 2011

Desire2Learn Impressions from Annual Conference

Two weeks ago, I was asked to attend to attend the annual Desire2Learn (D2L) Fusion conference, partly to scope out their accessibility initiatives, but also to get some impressions of their product and corporate culture. My main comparison of course … Continue reading

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LDSC11 Globalization Game Questions

In Matt Meyers wrap up about the recent Learning Design Summer Camp, he comments that we didn’t have a chance to discuss the educational implications. Although anything can be improved, I was hoping to use the game cards we handed … Continue reading

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Thinking Calendar and Schedule Accessibility

One of the trickier items to make accessible is the calendar (and the related concept of the schedule grid). There are a few reasons for this. Calendar/Schedule Pitfalls Typical problems include: Calendars/Schedules are generally presented in tables…and tables are always … Continue reading

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