Technology-enhanced training for all: Evaluation results from the use of the e-Access2Learn Framework
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During the last years the design and development of web-based educational systems for special groups of learners has attracted the attention of technology-enhanced learning community. However, although a number of e-training systems are designed to meet accessibility needs and preferences for those groups, most of them anticipate special-purpose training material and keep their training activities local to the system. As a result, neither reuse of existing digital educational resources (widely available nowadays in web-based repositories) nor sharing of best technology-facilitated training practices among the communities of educational practitioners and training organizations, is supported by these systems. Within this context, in this paper we present evaluation results from the application of the e-Acces2Learn Framework, which aims to provide services that facilitate the design, production and sharing of accessible eTraining Resources and Courses baring the potential to be inter-exchanged between different e-Training Platforms and Programmes. © 2010 IEEE.
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