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A practical guide to improving inclusivity, diversity, equity, and accessibility in OERs

Andersen, N. (2022). Enhancing Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Accessibility (IDEA) in Open Educational Resources (OER). University of Southern Queensland.

 

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Bielefeld University, DE



 
Summary

This practical guide, peer-reviewed by librarians, academics, students, and diversity and inclusion experts, provides a framework and tips for improving inclusion, diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility in open educational resources. Starting point is the acknowledgement of the idea of OER being universally accessible is being faced with limitations and the understanding of access not being equal to inclusion. The guide mentions inclusivity in imagery, language, terminology as well as metadata as needed in order to provide more inclusive OER.

This source is of high value for anyone aiming to create inclusive OER not just for the provided information itself but the way the guide is set up. The guide starts off with an Acknowledgement of First Peoples. Additionally, a Statement of Positionality of the author is provided.

 




 



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