[Cato] rethinking in the light of more experience

Jess Thompson jess.thompson at sbctc.edu
Sun Feb 11 23:25:57 PST 2018

The one we did for the agency is basically Module 1, then Accessible Word, PPT, Email, and procurement. So, it's two modules, removed all of the assignment options and left it to be quiz based (since I don't have time to grade).

It's not ideal, and I suspect 50% will click through over and over until they get a sufficient grade... but, oh well.

Jess Thompson
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Subject: [Cato] rethinking in the light of more experience

Following up on the e-mail I sent a few hours ago. I have now made it through the entire Access 101 course and Module 3 seemed to take a lot longer than Modules 1&2 . . . with (for me) less value.

Perhaps rather than thinking of a “lite” version of the course we should think of it in terms of Step A (motivating you to care about accessibility & showing you how simple the basics are) and Step B (how to assess websites that you assign to students).

Just my two cents.

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