Association for Learning Technology Online Newsletter
Issue 1   Friday, August 5, 2005

ISSN 1748-3603

Cover Page
Contents
Feature article
More than just e-Learning: Sakai so far
ALT news
Executive Secretary's Report
Director's Report
News from members
Your views on implementing accessibility regulations
Project updates
Skills for access: Putting the world to rights for accessibility and multimedia
Conference reviews
EdTech 2005, the sixth annual Irish educational technology users' conference
Legal issues of online learning environments: a JISC legal conference
Software reviews
Macromedia Breeze v5
Learning Activity Management Sequences (LAMS)
Hints and tips
Scenario-based learning using PowerPoint
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Privacy policy

Editorial Team

ALT Website
Project updates
Skills for access: Putting the world to rights for accessibility and multimedia
by John Stratford & David Sloan

Skills for Access website Skills for Access is a comprehensive web-based guide to creating accessible multimedia for e-learning, aimed at anyone involved in commissioning or developing digital learning materials. The site sets out to dispel the myth that there is such a thing as a fully accessible resource, and that to develop one, all you need to do is to run down a checklist and follow the instructions. Instead, the site encourages a holistic approach to accessibility that considers all of its dimensions.
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