Adaptable accessible resources: a technology perspective

Douce, Christopher (2007). Adaptable accessible resources: a technology perspective. In: Towards User Modelling and Adaptive Systems for All (TUMAS-A), 26 Jun 2007, Corfu, Greece.



A number of technology standards can facilitate the development of an accessible framework for eLearning. These include user modeling, device modeling and metadata standards. These standards have the potential to be used together to form a coherent platform that can support the provision of adaptable accessible learning material. The paper describes a number of important international standards and technical issues that need to be addressed to enable them to be used together.

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