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it's learning har god potential

Specialpedagogiska skolmyndigheten, SPSM, har publicerat en rapport där 12 stycken lärplattformar på den svenska marknaden har granskats utifrån den tekniska tillgängligheten. I resultatet är plattformarna uppdelade i tre grupper utifrån hur pass tillgängliga de är.

* Utbildningsplattformar med god potential
* Utbildningsplattformar med stora tillgänglighetsproblem
* Utbildningsplattformar med mycket stora tillgänglighetsproblem

Glädjande har it´s learning blivit placerad i gruppen "God Potential".

it´s learning arbetar mycket medvetet kring tillgänglighet och detta är, och har varit under lång tid, helt integrerat i vår utvecklingsprocess. Exempelvis har vi gått längre än tillgänglighetsstandarderna, WAI A och WAI AA, för att göra it’s learning tillgängligt även för blinda och synskadade samt göra det användarvänligt. 
De område som SPSM pekar på i rapporten granskas nu för att skyndsamt åtgärdas.


Vill du läsa rapporten i sin helhet hittar du den här.  
Tillgänglighetsrapport (SPSM)

 

3 comments (Add your own)

1. Syed wrote:
"they are only imitating the mlsmius, how can that be condemned?"I do condemn it. All people who believe in the dignity and value of the individual as opposed to the collective should pause before embracing any part of the murderous totalitarianisms that seek to destroy the singular advance which historically produced all the advantages enjoyed by the peoples of Europe. The idea that human potential is judged by the individual and not by the group is not just a platitude, nor even just a core ideal of justice. It is the fulcrum on which all the advances made by the West were leveraged.Holding individuals accountable for their own actions without regard to their membership in any larger group is the kernel of every mechanism which is used to actually improve society. Is it often difficult to identify and appropriately reward individual actors rather than deliver incentives to a collective entity? Unquestionably. But the extraordinary difference in effect between collective and individual accountability is difficult to overstate. Not only is giving a reward to a collective entity far less effective than rewarding individuals, often the overall effect is contrary to that intended.Thus, while it is inevitable that there will be a racial dimension to the coming conflict, it is unbecoming for those who espouse individualism and justice to in any way imitate those who seek to impose socialist control.I suspect that most of the extremist groups being labeled "racist" are not guilty of the charge in any degree other than being composed of individuals that have a normal human instinct to recognize genetic kinship (and are genetically closer kin of the 'indigenous' population of Europe than of more equatorial human populations). There is no sin in having an instinct, regardless of whether anyone thinks the instinct itself 'bad' (which I do not).But I also know that there is, in the current climate that pervasively champions genetic collectivism, some danger that those who seek to opposed the genocidal assault on the peoples of Europe will make a fundamental mistake.The white races are not the target of this because of their genetic heritage, but because of an intellectual heritage that has propelled their culture into world dominance. And while there is nothing wrong with seeking to defend the genetic heritage of Europe against genocide, it is the intellectual heritage that must be defended at all costs.The idea that individuals are free to make their own choices, and then be personally responsible for the consequences of those choices, is the foundation of all that Western Civilization has achieved in distinguishing itself from the sad mire of group identity politics that sums up all the rest of human history (with rare and all too brief exceptions).Lose that, whether to Marxist or racist ideologies of collectivism, and you lose everything.Chiu Chun-Ling.

September 29, 2013 @ 1:05 PM

2. corporate insurance liability wrote:
Hahaha funny how racists and nazis of today try to find legitimate arguments for their extremists views. Of course there will be no race war, because there IS NO SUCH thing as race . And I suppose ethnic groups are just a make-believe grouping as well? This idea that there are no races is only partially correct - races have always been very much a subjective categorization ( sociological construct ), but that certainly doesn t mean that groupings cannot exist for humans just like they do for every other species on this planet (canines, frogs, lions, all of them have distinct sub-species). What makes humanity any different in this aspect? Nothing!I hear often the argument that we have more in common among all the ethnic groups on our planet than we do differences. Indeed, we share a large amount of DNA. In fact, upwards of 98.5% of our DNA is shared with our close ape relatives - hopefully that puts into perspective what 1.5% of our DNA sequence can do to the final outcome (all of the differences between chimpanzees and humans...). What variation humans have in genetics varies depending on our evolutionary history. Many thousands of years ago humans moved out of east Africa into different regions of the world - and were subjected to different environmental conditions. Does it not make sense that our ancestors developed specialized adaptations to these climates in order to survive as a group? Of course it does. This process is known as natural selection and is a constantly progressing attribute of all life on Earth.Perhaps in the future when you want to boast such a naive viewpoint as if it were fact you should think twice and apply some common sense. Best regards,-James

October 7, 2013 @ 12:19 PM

3. neosho missouri accutane appelate court wrote:
Hahaha funny how racists and nazis of today try to find legitimate arguments for their extremists views. Of course there will be no race war, because there IS NO SUCH thing as race . And I suppose ethnic groups are just a make-believe grouping as well? This idea that there are no races is only partially correct - races have always been very much a subjective categorization ( sociological construct ), but that certainly doesn t mean that groupings cannot exist for humans just like they do for every other species on this planet (canines, frogs, lions, all of them have distinct sub-species). What makes humanity any different in this aspect? Nothing!I hear often the argument that we have more in common among all the ethnic groups on our planet than we do differences. Indeed, we share a large amount of DNA. In fact, upwards of 98.5% of our DNA is shared with our close ape relatives - hopefully that puts into perspective what 1.5% of our DNA sequence can do to the final outcome (all of the differences between chimpanzees and humans...). What variation humans have in genetics varies depending on our evolutionary history. Many thousands of years ago humans moved out of east Africa into different regions of the world - and were subjected to different environmental conditions. Does it not make sense that our ancestors developed specialized adaptations to these climates in order to survive as a group? Of course it does. This process is known as natural selection and is a constantly progressing attribute of all life on Earth.Perhaps in the future when you want to boast such a naive viewpoint as if it were fact you should think twice and apply some common sense. Best regards,-James

October 12, 2013 @ 2:13 PM

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