How can we evaluate the quality of academic constructivist eLearning? How can we guarantee its accessibility? These research questions addressed the a three years research activity undertaken within the Italian FIRB (Fund for Investment in Basic Research) project entitled "Net@ccessible: teaching - learning for one and all in a lifelong plan". The project involves the Trento University and other five Italian universities and institutions. The main project’s purpose is to promote learning and socialization in an eLearning environment among university students with and without disability. To evaluate the quality of this environment, the Trento research unit has created adASTRA, a rubrics’ suite that aims to scaffold the design and delivery of eLearning. One of the adASTRA rubrics is dedicated to the accessibility of the eLearning environments. In this paper, we’ll present: the analysis of the scientific literature about online accessibility, the design of the accessibility rubric, its validation through a qualitative research with the eTutors of Net@ccessible project.

L'accessibilità per un e-learning di qualità. Accessibility for e-learning quality

Ghislandi, Patrizia Maria Margherita;Cumer, Federica
2013

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How can we evaluate the quality of academic constructivist eLearning? How can we guarantee its accessibility? These research questions addressed the a three years research activity undertaken within the Italian FIRB (Fund for Investment in Basic Research) project entitled "Net@ccessible: teaching - learning for one and all in a lifelong plan". The project involves the Trento University and other five Italian universities and institutions. The main project’s purpose is to promote learning and socialization in an eLearning environment among university students with and without disability. To evaluate the quality of this environment, the Trento research unit has created adASTRA, a rubrics’ suite that aims to scaffold the design and delivery of eLearning. One of the adASTRA rubrics is dedicated to the accessibility of the eLearning environments. In this paper, we’ll present: the analysis of the scientific literature about online accessibility, the design of the accessibility rubric, its validation through a qualitative research with the eTutors of Net@ccessible project.
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Ghislandi, Patrizia Maria Margherita; Cumer, Federica
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