[Athen] FW: Free MOOC course on Inclusive Learning and Teaching Environments starting 5th June

E.A. Draffan ea at emptech.info
Wed May 17 04:43:21 PDT 2017

Dear All

This is a UK course but the resources are all available under a CC-BY-40
licence so you will be able to link to any activities that suit your needs
if you register on the course. We will also have them available as OERs on
our Google Drive http://tinyurl.com/hexsly2 in June. The FutureLearn
Digital Accessibility MOOC contents are already in the OER folder and this
course will run again in October
https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/digital-accessibility .


Announcing a 3 week MOOC course on Inclusive Learning and Teaching
Environments: Explore the barriers experienced by disabled students in
higher education and learn how to overcome these barriers through inclusive

The free FutureLearn 'Inclusive Learning and Teaching Environments' course
begins on June 5th . This course has been created for teachers and educators
interested in inclusive practices, learning technologists, education design
professionals. It will also be relevant for marketing and communications
professionals working in training situations and disability practitioners
wishing to discuss some of the latest resources available.

Register and find out more at:

The course runs for 3 weeks and will take approximately 3 hours of study
time per week. Once registered, access is possible at any time during the
three weeks and for 14 days afterwards.

As this course is aimed at academics and teachers as well as disability
practitioners, we hope that you will be able to disseminate this information
within your organisations as the course will be a great opportunity to
discuss challenges and learn from peers working in other organisations.

Best wishes


Mrs E.A. Draffan

WAIS, ECS , University of Southampton

Mobile +44 (0)7976 289103



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