Conditions of Use
Table of Contents
- Acknowledgement of First Peoples
- Accessibility Information
- About the Editor
- Peer Reviewers
- I. Main Body
- Framework for Reviewing Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility in Open Educational Resources
Diverse and Inclusive Imagery
Researchers and References
Diverse Examples and Balanced Perspectives
Appropriate Terminology and Inclusive Metadata
Accessibility, Usability and Universal Design for Learning
Anti-Racist and Inclusive Open Pedagogy
- Accessibility Assessment
About the Book
This practical guide provides a framework and tips to enhance inclusion, diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility in Open Educational Resources.
About the Contributors
Nikki Andersen is the Open Education Content Librarian at the University of Southern Queensland (UniSQ). In this role she supports open educational practices, including the development of open textbooks using the open publishing platform, Pressbooks. She has previous experience as a Copyright Officer, Diversity and Inclusion Officer, and is the editor the Australasian Open Educational Practice Digest. Nikki is also a part of the Council of Australian University Librarian’s (CAUL) Open Educational Resources Professional Development Program Project Team, and the ASCILITE Open Educational Practice Special Interest Group.
She identifies as disabled and Deaf and speaks nationally about issues relating to diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility. Her advocacy for diversity and inclusion has been featured in The Australian, the Australian Government’s EmployAbility initiative, and in several library and information studies courses across Australian universities. In 2017, she received UniSQ’s Head of School Award for Excellence in Education for her work on creating accessible and inclusive digital learning environments for blind and visually-impaired students.
She is interested in the relationship between open educational practice, social justice and student success.