Perspectives on online learning

SOLIDAR FOUNDATION: UNIVERSAL ACCESS TO EDUCATION AT A TIME OF
ONLINE LEARNING

The country lockdowns due to the coronavirus crisis impact all learning activities: formal, informal or non-formal. This does not mean learning has been suspended but that it requires adaptation.

SOLIDAR Foundation reflects on the viability of online learning in this context, while displaying a number of alternative resources to continue the promotion of lifelong learning - revealing a rebellion against anything that would put life on hold.

Vous pouvez également télécharger la version FRANÇAISE du Briefing Note, aimablement traduite par leur membre CEMEA France.

MOSEN CONSULTING: A GUIDE TO ZOOM CLOUD MEETINGS FROM A BLINDNESS PERSPECTIVE

Mosen Consulting has produced "Meet Me Accessibly", a three-hour audiobook which takes the listener through the basics of attending their first Zoom meeting to content sharing their video and audio from their computer or iDevice. 

Download the audiobook here

OFFICE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS: SHORT WEBINAR ON ONLINE EDUCATION AND WEBSITE ACCESSIBILITY

The Office for Civil Rights has created a short webinar on online education and website accessibility. This involves explanations of assistive technologies (e.g. eye tracking, speech recognition, mouth sticks) to help persons with disabilities access resources on the internet. 

Watch the webinar here

PENTAGROWTH: OBSERVATORY OF EMERGENT CAPABILITIES

The objective of this report is to promote a reflection on how to integrate these new capabilities to overcome this crisis in the short-term (100 days), and in the reformulation of the medium-term business models (1,000 days). For this, Pentagrowth has collected and analysed more than 150 initiatives launched throughout this period. Of course, they do not amount to all of them, but they are enough to comprehend the change.

Read the report here