Higher-education institutions have a moral and legal responsibility to ensure that the learning tools employed in the classroom are equally accessible by all students. This brief provides an overview of the approaches that institutions and vendors use to improve the inclusivity of courseware products.
Gable, T. (2019, December 5) Inclusive Instruction with Adaptive Courseware. Every Learner Everywhere. https://www.everylearnereverywhere.org/resources/inclusive-instruction-with-adaptive-courseware/
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