Credibility and fact checking

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Credibility is the currency of social media and online relationships, yet so many people impoverish themselves by passing on poorly researched information, false quotes, dodgy statistics and/or poor arguments.For advocates, if you are out to build trust ensure you earn it by researching information before you share it with your network. There are a lot… Continue reading

Accessibility, LLN, personalised learning and flipped classrooms

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┬áSome thinking is starting to come together in lava-lamp like clumps for me about accessibility, LLN, personalised learning and flipped classrooms and where good practice in these areas overlap.Accessibility is about provide equal access to online experiences regardless of ability. Like universal design in buildings where wheel chair ramps are also great for people with… Continue reading

Adding closed captions to YouTube – an update

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A while ago I wrote a blog post about adding closed captions to YouTube videos that proved quite popular.The methodology of adding closed captions has changed, and with the urgency for some (particularly Australians) to ensure their resources are WCAG 2.o AA compatible, I felt it was time for an upgradeRather than write a very… Continue reading

Relevance, Accessibility and LLN

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I spent a week creating two really lovely, pretty shiny learning objects that are irrelevant. Don’t let this happen to you!Accessibility – ensuring content is Perceivable, Operable, Understandable and Robust. Zooming in on the U part of that and considering the cross over of supporting learners to upskill Language Literacy and Numeracy skills has been… Continue reading