Bonnie Moulton's research while affiliated with Temple University and other places

Publications (4)

Chapter
This chapter will discuss accessibility issues related to online education. It will provide rationale for designing online courses that cater to different levels of functional ability. It will also present an overview of the challenges faced by students with disabilities in accessing and interacting with online course materials and activities. In o...
Chapter
This chapter will discuss accessibility issues related to online education. It will provide rationale for designing online courses that cater to different levels of functional ability. It will also present an overview of the challenges faced by students with disabilities in accessing and interacting with online course materials and activities. In o...
Chapter
This chapter will discuss accessibility issues related to online education. It will provide rationale for designing online courses that cater to different levels of functional ability. It will also present an overview of the challenges faced by students with disabilities in accessing and interacting with online course materials and activities. In o...
Conference Paper
This chapter will discuss accessibility issues related to online education. It will provide rationale for designing online courses that cater to different levels of functional ability. It will also present an overview of the challenges faced by students with disabilities in accessing and interacting with online course materials and activities. In o...

Citations

... An example of this that was recurrently cited in this study, as well as in the literature, was technology. While online course offerings offer flexibility to older learners, this population may not have the skills required to navigate online resources (Cory, 2013;Dauenhauer et al., 2016;Rabourn et al., 2018;Sousa, 2003). In addition, stakeholders in this study identified that even if they have the skills, they may lack confidence in using technology during educational tasks. ...
... Universal Design for Learning (UDL) CAST Model Meyer and Rose (1998) Universal Design in Education (UDE) Bowe (2000) Universal Design for Instruction (UDI) Scott, McGuire, and Shaw (2001) ...
... Nowadays e-learning is one of the most inaccessible Web-based technologies and students with disabilities are frequently ruled out from virtual classrooms [14]. Instead, learners with disabilities may really benefit from e-learning due to their specific needs [73] [130]. ...