This page contains example language for accessibility criteria when conducting educational technology reviews. The criteria include user experience and content creator experience. This information does not apply to any OTL or DU policies. This information is strictly to be used for guidance around reviewing educational technology for data privacy concerns. Example Language 1. “Baseball Cap” […]
This page contains example language for three criteria in our Educational Technology Review Rubric (ETRR). The criteria are what data is being collected, who has access to that data, and what technical supports are available. This information does not apply to any OTL or DU policies. This information is strictly to be used for guidance […]
The Educational Technology Accessibility Review Rubric can be used to evaluate teaching tools for accessibility concerns and considerations. Download a version of this rubric here. Accessibility Review Criteria Explained 1. User Experience – Supports Text-to-Speech (TTS) Screen readers help people with vision loss read content, operate interface elements and widgets, and perform other computer tasks […]
The Educational Technology Review Rubric (ETRR) can be used to evaluate an array of available teaching tools for their safety, uniqueness of functionality, accessibility, and whether they are highly effective in achieving innovative pedagogical goals. Download a version of this rubric here.
*Placeholder review text* Describe the technology. What does it do? Who is it designed for? What learning problems does it solve? What are the highlights? Tips for learning about the technology: Read the “About” page on the technology website. Conduct a search for reviews about the technology to learn more about the technology’s uses and […]