Accessibility Recommendations for Open Educational Resources for People with Learning Disabilities
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CitationMartins, Valéria Farinazzo. Amato, Cibelle. Tomczyk, Lukasz. Oyelere, Solomon Sunday. Eliseo, Maria Amelia. Silveira, Ismar Frango. (2020). Accessibility Recommendations for Open Educational Resources for People with Learning Disabilities. Trends and Innovations in Information Systems and Technologies, Volume 3, 1161, 387-396. 10.1007/978-3-030-45697-9_38.
In order to contribute to the increasing inclusion of people who have been for a long time out of society, it is possible to construct accessible didactic material for specific audiences, such as for people with learning disabilities, or other barriers to the full achievement of their learning processes, for instance, elderly, deaf, and visually impaired people. This paper aims to contribute to the area of accessibility by presenting a set of recommendations for authors of Open Educational Resources that are not necessarily specialists in ICT, in order to help the process of providing more accessibility for people with learning disabilities.