This game is a small experiment in thinking about accessibility when designing. The entire game is invisible and has no visual components. A player who normally uses a screen reader will have no trouble winning. Players who rely on their … Read More
I wrote this script and supervised the production of the motion graphics video based on the script. The goal was to provide an overview of a complicated research program in an engaging and meaningful way.
I had an idea after the new eLearning challenge #304 passed through my email: What Do Course Designers Need to Know About Building Accessible E-Learning?
We’re glad you are interested in participating in the science fair. Most of the information you need is here, but please contact Amos Glenn if you have any questions. Thursday, February 13, 2020 6:00 – 6:30 PM = Set up … Read More
Learning Statistics Doesn’t have to be Boring This gamified set of practice problems was designed to address a problem of motivation while learning statistics. The story is that the learner has been given a clue as to the location of … Read More
Gamified and Personalized Statistics Tutor This activity was designed for the Institute for Clinical Research Education for their online Biostatistics course. The story is that the student has been locked in a room and the only door has a numbered … Read More