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Education is a human right with immense power to transform. On its foundation rest the cornerstones of freedom, democracy, and sustainable human development

Kofi Annan


Digital content is not innocent. Behind the seemingly wonderful videos, presentations and documents lie a (mostly) invisible world of usability and accessibility. In this augmented webinar we are exploring the links between (a) Universal Design for Learning – (b) Digital Content and how it all plays out in the (c) Education in Emergencies context. The basic premise we will be exploring is that both EiE and UD4L focus on making education accessible to EVERYONE.

We covered the following three very practical topics in our Augmented Webinar #6:

  1. What is UD4L and what are print disabilities?
  2. What can ALL OF US do to design our content and courses for universal access?
  3. What does it practically mean for the digital content we create and disseminate for our AUN4HEiE courses?

Missed one of the first 5 Augmented Webinars on digital pedagogy in Higher Education in Emergencies from ADUN and AHEEN?

Sit under the boabab tree and visit:

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