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Cognitive Accessibility Course Samples

For my graduate-level developmental psychology class, I created an Articulate Storyline 360 course focused on cognitive accessibility.  This course was part of a hypothetical series aimed at helping K-12 teachers at a virtual school increase the cognitive accessibility of their online courses.  The focus of this particular course was supporting students on the autism spectrum.  Below are a few samples from the course, and the entire course can be viewed through the PDF document to the right.

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Course Home

The beginning slide of the course welcomed learners and provided a brief summary of the course.


Course Objectives

The course objectives slide clearly stated for learners the goals of the course.

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Section Introduction

Each course section introduction featured this design, which included an overview of the upcoming content.


Lesson Page Sample #1

This lesson page incorporated interactivity and autonomy through allowing learners to choose which developmental theory they reviewed first.

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Lesson Page Sample #2

This lesson page features one of the developmental theories from the above sample.  On the right side of the page, learners clicked on each button to review specific stages of development.


Lesson Page Sample #3

When learners clicked on each button from the above sample, a miniature booklet with information appeared.  This design served to increase interactivity and reduce the overall number of slides.

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Lesson Page Sample #4

This sample features some of the course design tips I created based off my research on autism spectrum disorder and accessibility.

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