Digitale Barrierefreiheit und Inklusion: Von der Theorie in die Lehrpraxis

In many places, technology is seen as a motor for digital accessibility. But what is digital is not automatically barrier-free. There are often stumbling blocks and more frequent "blind spots". This post starts with an extended definition of inclusion which includes visible and non-visible disabilities. It is based on the principle that participation in a digital society must be possible for everyone and that disability is often constructed due to ignorance. The practical part includes instructions for the creation of barrier-free (digital) teaching materials as well as examples of how to use digital Solutions inclusive and barrier-free teaching can be lived.

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