Accessibility features of Windows 11

Also see: Making Windows 11 the most inclusively designed version of Windows yet — from blogs.windows.com by Carolina Hernandez

BlueJeans Video Conferencing Giant to Launch Native Google Glass App for Remote Assistance [Strange]

BlueJeans Video Conferencing Giant to Launch Native Google Glass App for Remote Assistance — from next.reality.news by Adario Strange Excerpt: Starting in 2022, Glass Enterprise Edition […]

Tools for Building Branching Scenarios [Tucker]

Tools for Building Branching Scenarios — from christytuckerlearning.com by Christy Tucker When would you use Twine, Storyline, Rise, or other tools for building branching scenarios? […]

Insights from CogBooks 2020 Customer Satisfaction Study on Adaptive Courseware

In 2020, CogBooks surveyed higher education instructors who use our adaptive courseware. We explored how the courseware performed for themselves and for their students, how […]

Improving Digital Inclusion & Accessibility for Those With Learning Disabilities [Kreisa]

Improving Digital Inclusion & Accessibility for Those With Learning Disabilities — from by Meredith Kreisa Learning disabilities must be taken into account during the digital […]

DC: Yet another reason to implement/support Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

DC: Yet another reason for Universal Design for Learning’s multiple means of presentation/media: Encourage faculty to presume students are under-connected. Asynchronous, low-bandwidth approaches help give […]

For elearning devs, IDs, trainers, & more — it appears a new toolset is on the horizon. [Christian]

When the Animated Bunny in the TV Show Listens for Kids’ Answers — and Answers Back — from edsurge.com by Rebecca Koenig Excerpt: Yet when […]

Multimedia-based exit tickets [Christian]

From DSC: I was reviewing an edition of Dr. Barbara Honeycutt’s Lecture Breakers Weekly, where she wrote: After an experiential activity, discussion, reading, or lecture, […]

Exciting new tools for [web] designers, January 2021 [Cousins]

Exciting new tools for designers, January 2021 — from by Carrie Cousins Excerpt: The new year is often packed with resolutions. Make the most of […]

Will more walls of the future be like one of those billboards (that presents two or three different images) and could change surfaces? [Christian]

From DSC: I was thinking about projecting images, animation, videos, etc. from a device onto a wall for all in the room to see. Will […]

Could AI-based techs be used to develop a “table of contents” for the key points within lectures, lessons, training sessions, sermons, & podcasts? [Christian]

From DSC: As we move into 2021, the blistering pace of emerging technologies will likely continue. Technologies such as: Artificial Intelligence (AI) — including technologies […]

How to Increase Membership Signups

Growing your membership is a combination of good marketing and removing usability errors. Membership packages are a popular choice for educators because they open up […]

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