ICT Accessibility MOOC: What The Data Reveals

ID: 51401 Type: Brief Paper
  1. Fatimah Wirth and Christopher Lee, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States

Wednesday, October 18 11:30-11:50 AM Location: Parksville

Presider: Cheng Hsu, Jiangsu Normal University, China

Abstract: This paper is the second part of a paper presented at the 2016 eLearn conference that described the design and implementation of an ICT Accessibility MOOC at Georgia Tech This paper delves more deeply into the analysis of the data collected based on four investigative questions on why the students were interested in the course, what their suggestions for improvement was, what aspects of the MOOC they found most useful or valuable for learning and what information the students wanted to learn from the course The data analysis suggests that future courses on ICT Accessibility should address the more in-depth educational needs of those who took this course

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