On eating meat and demanding standards we can understand

This is not a post about e-learning or technology – but it does relate to my personal learning journey and stemmed from a variety of media – online and broadcast, as well as online and face to face conversations. Some months ago SBS had a show about a food critic who moves to Tassie and becomes a farmer. Called Gourmet Farmer, the show was a wonderful view of Tassie and had some lovely food stories.…

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Dear Teachers: it’s not about making it easy for YOU

Dear Teachers When you are putting together an online course, and you sayW3C accessibility guidelines are too hard to follow, what you’re really saying is it isn’t about your students, it’s about YOU. W3C accessibility guidelines are not just about making the web accessible for people with screen readers: they are also about ensuring the web will be available on as many different devices as possible:¬†http://www.w3.org/Mobile/ You cannot justify using fixed width tables for layout…

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