AAEEBL Digital Ethics Principles: version 1

Principle 3, Resources

    1. Auburn University, Office of University Writing. (n.d.). EPortfolio project: Technology. http://wp.auburn.edu/writing/eportfolio-project/student-resources/technology/.
    2. Cambridge, D. (2008). Audience, integrity, and the living document: EFolio Minnesota and lifelong and lifewide learning with ePortfolios. Computers & Education, 51(3), 1227–1246. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.compedu.2007.11.010
    3. CAST. (2019). About universal design for learning. 
    4. Center for Persons with Disabilities. (n.d.). Introduction to web accessibility. WebAIM. https://webaim.org/intro/
    5. Clark, J. E. (2010). The digital imperative: Making the case for a 21st-century pedagogy. Computers and Composition, 27(1), 27–35. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.compcom.2009.12.004
    6. Licastro, A. (2016). Excavating ePortfolios: What student-driven data reveals about multimodal composition and instruction
    7. National Disability Authority. (2014). What is universal design. Centre for Excellence in Universal Design.
    8. Oswal, S. K. (2013). Accessible ePortfolios for visually-impaired users: Interfaces, designs, and infrastructures. In K. V. Wills & R. Rice (Eds.), ePortfolio performance support systems: Constructing, presenting, and assessing portfolios (pp. 135–153). WAC Clearinghouse.
    9. Strivens, J. (2007). A survey of e-pdp and e-portfolio practice in UK Higher Education. The Higher Education Academy, 2, 1–24.
    10. The University of Queensland. (n.d.). Digital essentials. Library.
    11. W3C. (2019, June 5). Introduction to web accessibility. W3C Web Accessibility Initiative.
    12. Wills, K. V., & Rice, R. (Eds.). (2013). ePortfolio performance support systems: Constructing, presenting, and assessing portfolios. WAC Clearinghouse.

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