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Re: Accessible Platform for Distance Education for University Program


From: Lauren O'Donovan
Date: Aug 5, 2009 6:40AM


I don't have much to add except I am working in a university in Ireland, and
we are also using ATutor as an elearning platform for an accessible web
design course. The group researched other platforms, but concluded ATutor
was the most accessible.


On Sat, Aug 1, 2009 at 12:45 AM, Dang Hoai Phuc < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:

> Hi All,
> I am working for Sao Mai Computer Center for the Blind in Vietnam and we
> are
> attending in one program to establish one distance education for
> post-graduates about the public policy. I work closely with the technical
> group to do research on accessible tools/web-based platform to install for
> the distance education program in the Asean region. I have some experience
> with ATutor which I am using for my own organization to conduct online
> learning courses but in order to expand more to meet the needs of distance
> training programs for post-graduate courses, can you share with me some
> advices on which tools should be considered with accessibility such as web
> conference, online learning management system? As our target group of
> students are for people with disabilities and persons with interests in the
> field of public policy so we should need more with accessibility. Your
> advices/suggestions/ideas are highly appreciated. Thanks.
> Regards,
> Dang Hoai Phuc/Director
> 4/12B Van chung St. Ward 13, Tan Binh dist. HCMC Vietnam.
> Tel: +84 8 38495069
> Fax: +84 8 62938300
> http://www.saomaicenter.org