CONSIDERATIONS FOR DESIGNING ONLINE LEARNING FOR LEARNERS OF ALL ABILITIES

This paper was written as an assignment for MDDE 621. The focus of this paper is how online learning can remove many of the barriers that learners of different abilities may face in a traditional face-to-face learning environment. The paper also present strategies and considerations for designing more inclusive and accessible online courses for all learners.


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