Inclusive digital practice and digital wellbeing
Learner populations are increasingly diverse with significantly differing objectives, needs and preferences. All learners should be able to participate fully in their courses in order to have an equal chance to be successful. Going forward, inclusive digital delivery will be a key factor in successfully meeting their diverse needs. More online delivery could inadvertently add to problems unless it is designed to be inclusive at the outset. Designing for diversity as a default will avoid the need for higher levels of support or adaptation to ensure access. It will minimise additional costs, risks and unnecessary stress for both staff and students/learners.
Inclusive use of technology offers greater flexibility, and choice. Giving everyone options that work for them. Technology facilitates better inclusive pedagogy and practice and that helps address stress, anxiety and isolation and impacts positively on wellbeing.
Reading, Critical Thinking.
|Type of provider||Private provider-International initiative|
|Learning opportunity type||OER|
|Admission procedure||Open to all|
|Type of credential||None|