Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) are changing the old ways of teaching and learning and provide support to the modalities of semi-presential or distance education. However, the platforms used for Distance Learning (DL) do little to ensure education for all and without barriers. In endeavoring to make a contribution to inclusive DL, this article presents and discusses the results of an applied research study on the development of a tool for the Moodle platform that aimed to facilitate, for those designing content, the inclusion of accessible content, thus allowing greater use of a course for the visually impaired.
Ulbricht, V. R., Vanzin, T., Amaral, M., Vilarouco, V., De Quevedo, S. R. P., Moretto, L. A. M., & Flores, A. R. B. (2012). A tool to facilitate including accessible content in moodle to the person with visual impairment. In Procedia Computer Science (Vol. 14, pp. 138–147). Elsevier B.V. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2012.10.016