Creating accessible e-learning resources for disabled students.

2. Reflecting on practice

In this section, e-learning is taken to mean any learning resource that is stored in digital format and can be accessed by a computer; e-learning may also include learning facilitated by electronic communication. Thus, examples of e-learning resources might include: a PowerPoint presentation, a CD-ROM containing a suite of multimedia tutorials, course information available on the World Wide Web, a web chat-room facility, a specialist software application offering interactive simulations, or an interactive on-line questionnaire available on a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE).

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