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  • Accessible Inclusive Learning: Futures

    Tim Coughlan, Kate Lister, Jane Seale, Eileen Scanlon, Martin Weller

    Chapter from the book: Ferguson, R et al. 2019. Educational visions: The lessons from 40 years of innovation.

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    The last chapter outlined some key approaches and challenges that we have seen when conducting research that seeks to make learning accessible to all. Here, we explore newer trends that are directing our current research and practice in this area. These promising directions include devising models for global networks, the potential to collect and use data to understand learning experiences in new ways, and new opportunities arising through artificial intelligence. By exploring current and recent projects around these areas, we also highlight some emerging tensions. Finally, we return to thinking about how we conduct research, considering how concepts of bricolage and guerrilla research can be an important part of our palette of approaches.

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    Coughlan, T et al. 2019. Accessible Inclusive Learning: Futures. In: Ferguson, R et al (eds.), Educational visions. London: Ubiquity Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5334/bcg.e

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    Published on Dec. 18, 2019


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