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Thursday, February 14 • 10:30am - 11:15am
Creating Accessible Mathematic Courses in Moodle

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In 2012 Athabasca University converted a first year calculus course from a print-based (PDF documents generated from LaTeX) to an online format (MathML) in the process configuring the content so that it was accessible to people with disabilities. The process of creating this content was informed by a set of accessibility guidelines developed in-house and based on the W3C’s WCAG guidelines and the POUR set of principles. This talk will outline the accessibility guidelines, discuss how they were applied in this project and detail the process involved in converting an inaccessible format into accessible online content.


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avatar for Audrey Krawec

Audrey Krawec

Athabasca University
Audrey Krawec has been with Athabasca University for 26+ years and is a Multimedia Web Specialist with the Centre for Learning Design and Development. Working closely with colleagues, she formats and translates course content into visual form for the Moodle environment. Audrey has... Read More →
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Sandra Law

Athabasca University
Sandra Law has been with Athabasca University for five years and is a Learning Designer with the Centre for Learning Design and Development. She works with academics in the faculties of Science and Technology and Humanities and Social Sciences and is involved in developing online... Read More →


Thursday February 14, 2013 10:30am - 11:15am
Parkside Room

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