filtering, diversity, and accessibility

Focus on the following topics: filtering, diversity, and accessibility, which are of concern to many professionalsin our field.Reiser chapters 36-38; Lester chapter 8, 9 OR 10; Callister?s and Mueller?s reserved online articles1.? Do you agree with the authors? arguments? (i.e., ?filtering is neither simple nor benign? and ?with very fewexceptions, schools and libraries should not filter students? access to the Internet.?) Why or why not? You areencouraged to draw upon the reading as well as your experience with Internet filtering when answering thequestions above. Post to the Discuss (check midcourse.net for the help you need)ion forum, ?Filtering.?2. Diversity and accessibility: Chapter 36 and the article on understanding the section 508 accessibilityrequirements? Suggest ways in which teachers/instructional designers can incorporate multiculturalism and universal designinto instruction. You are encouraged to draw upon your experience with multicultural students, assistivetechnology, and/or compliance to the section 508 accessibility requirements. Note that assistive technology refersto any device or method, e.g., Dragon NaturallySpeakingwhat makes the environment more accessible to people, especially those with a disability. Post to the Discuss (check midcourse.net for the help you need)ionforum, ?Diversity and Accessibility.?

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