[Athen] RE: ALEKS
OSullivan, Abigail R.
osullivana at missouri.edu
Mon Mar 18 06:48:06 PDT 2013
University of Missouri would love to join in this conversation. We use ALEKS on our campus and would like to join the effort to discuss this more with McGraw Hill.
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On Mar 15, 2013, at 10:04 PM, "Rangin, Hadi Bargi" <hadi at illinois.edu<mailto:hadi at illinois.edu>> wrote:
I love your idea and motivation for collaboration. It is definitely the right way to go.
I know Ken was interested in accessibility of Aleks some time ago and he even initiated a kind of meeting with them. I was invited to the meeting but I don't exactly recall what has been decided for.
I guess we are not using it here in our campus but I would be glad to collaborate and help in any way and shape I can.
From: athen-list-bounces at mailman1.u.washington.edu<mailto:athen-list-bounces at mailman1.u.washington.edu> [mailto:athen-list-bounces at mailman1.u.washington.edu] On Behalf Of Catherine M. Stager Kilcommons
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Subject: [Athen] ALEKS
Yes, once again the ALEKS accessibility issues are coming under scrutiny here on campus.
At this point we are curious if other institutions have been putting pressure on McGraw-Hill to make the exam more accessible.
Would other folks be interested in collaborating on a multi university campaign of concern, not unlike what we did with Blackboard?
With the support of tools such as Poet and DIAGRAM, is there validity in their argument of saying that they need to wait for MathML to have more browser support and adoption? Should that be the only solution for making this assessment platform accessible?
Thanks for any and all comments,
Assistive Technology Lab Coordinator
Disability Services / Office of Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement
N234 Center for Community
University of Colorado Boulder
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