Design and Implementation of Web-enabled Teaching Tools

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Mary Hricko
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jan 1, 2003 - Education - 265 pages
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"Exploring the myriad issues regarding web accessibility, this book specifically focuses on the design and implementation of web-enabled teaching tools. Educators from across the United States and Canada present their ideas on such topics as legal implications, overcoming organizational barriers, and course designs for the electronic classroom. Also discussed are special opportunities provided by web accessibility in education, such as web-based distance learning and teaching technology for blind or visually impaired faculty."
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Understanding Section 508 and Its Implications for Distance Education
25
Chapter III
48
ChapterlV
61
Implementing Web Accessibility in Distance Education
82
Chapter VI
98
ChapterVII
124
ChapterVIII
145
ChapterIX
190
Appendix A
209
AppendixB
225
AppendixC
241
Glossary
249
About the Authors
258
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Mary Hricko is an associate professor of library and media services at Kent State University. She is currently the library director at the KSU Geauga Campus where she provides curricular support and technology training for faculty, staff, and students, and students. She holds a certification in distance education administration. She lives in Lordstown, Ohio.

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