A technological infrastructure to create, publish and recommend accessible open educational resources

Open Educational Resources (OERs) should provide equal access for all people, independent of their particular needs or preferences. If an OER that does not comply with web accessibility guidelines, it will hardly address the diversity of students’ learning needs. From a pedagogical and technological perspective various solutions have been proposed in an attempt to reduce inequality in educational settings. This article presents a technological infrastructure designed for supporting teachers in the creation, publishing and recovering of accessible OERs. The infrastructure was validated in the context of a training course offered to teachers from Latin America and results are promising ​
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