Designing Universal Access for Open and Distance Learning through Human Centered Ecological Design (HCED)

ID: 48969 Type: Full Paper: Case Study
  1. Gulsun EBY and Hakan Altinpulluk, Anadolu University, Turkey

Wednesday, June 29 11:00-11:30 AM Location: Pavilion Ballroom D

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Abstract: Open and Distance Learning (ODL) has become an original version of a system contributed with advanced communications technologies. At the core of the system concept, which brought together in order to achieve a common goal, the important point is the common properties and the integrity of the interactive parts to each other as well as the continuity and viability of this integrity. Before trying to solve, Human Centered Ecological Design (HCED) requires a design approach that incorporates trying to understand the system with particular challenges. The main purpose of this research is to determine the HCED based design recommendations for a living, efficient and sustainable ODL system. This is qualitative case study. Eleven participants agreed to complete the required three rounds of the survey. The findings helps to build an approach for interactive, efficient, rich and innovative ODL experiences through HCED in the framework universal access principles.


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