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Accessible Lectures

Accessible Lectures

Nonstop MOOC on methods and technologies for accessibility
Open for application


This course is part of the larger module "Methods and technologies for accessibility and their evaluation" which consists of over 25 modules (1 ECT each). If you want to become an expert at creating digitally accessible services, make sure to check them out.

Study format
Application period
6 August 2023 – 1 December 2024
Study period
6 August 2023 – 31 December 2024
Hosting university
Tampere University
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Learning outcomes

Learning Outcome 1

The student will have an understanding of how to make both online, hybrid and live teaching situations more accessible.


Learning Outcome 2

The student will know how to face and communicate with a disabled student who uses an interpreter or a personal assistant.


Learning Outcome 3

The student can evaluate the accessibility of the classroom and know what changes they themselves can make to make the classroom space more accessible.


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This module introduces the student to different ways of making accessible lectures. The student learns ways of evaluating the accessibility of the classroom from the point of view of lighting, sound design, visual information and mobility. The student also learns to think about the possible disabilities and special needs of people on the classroom and how to accommodate for them. The student will also learn about how to work with different types of interpreters and personal assistants for disabled people in the classroom setting.

Hosting university

Tampere University

Tampere University