Accessibility Tutorial – Color. Here is a short video tutorial I made explaining how to use color to make your online courses/websites a little more accessible to people with color blindness. I hope you’ll find it useful.
Accessibility Tutorial — Color from M. Ricardo Flores on Vimeo.
This video is part of a tutorial for accomplishing accessibility in distance education courses.
design thinking process
It’s been a while since I posted on this here blog, but I just finished facilitating a design thinking workshop and it left me feeling re-energized and with an awesome sense of creative confidence. I am very glad I was introduced to this process, and it makes my day when I get to share it with others. I’m felling pretty stoked, and will be facilitating another workshop on August 13.
Oh, yeah, and I’ll be more active in here!
7 Things You Should Know About Design Thinking
One of my classmates has been working very hard on this project. She is an awesome person and a very competent and qualified professional. Help spread the word about this great course.
Description below taken from their website https://open.coursesites.com/
Announcing New Offering in Series: Designing an Exemplary Course
Open course enrollment will begin September 19th.
Duration: September 26 – October 17
Course Description: Using the Blackboard Exemplary Course Program (ECP) Rubric as a guide, this open course will provide both theoretical concepts and practical tools for instructors to recognize, organize, and build online courses for both blended learners and online learners.
The university, which pioneered massive open online courses, unveils two new homegrown software platforms to host the courses.
You can take any of these course completely for FREE. These course currently do not get you college credits, but it looks like in a not to distant future universities will give students college credit for completing MOOCs successfully. Will this take a big bite out of community colleges and their market segment?
Are MOOCs the future of online learning? Are they good, bad, neither?
What says you?