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Redistributing Funding to Improve Efficiency, Accessibility and Equity: An Evaluation of the Belize Secondary Education Reform Project By Ruth Sherratt
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A review of the Belize Secondary Education Reform Project utilizing Haddad & Demsky’s Policy-Planning Framework. This paper finds that although sufficient political, financial and public... More > support is in place to assist the Reform’s success, that vital areas have been inadequately addressed at both strategic and operational levels. These include a failure to address labour market needs; inadequate addressing of non-financial barriers and indirect costs; insufficient measures to maintain quality; delayed implementation of school performance bonuses; failure to improve the Education Management Information System; insufficient implementation of measures to address school inequities; failure to increase transparency and accountability of school financing; failure to ensure ongoing public engagement in the Reform process.< Less
Assessing Physical Accessibility in Ethiopia By Helina Biru
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This research examines the historical perspective, international application of accessibility, and the social attitudes towards disability. The research also includes analysis of a project that... More > examines how inaccessible public environments in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia hinder people with disabilities from achieving economic and social development. Currently, Ethiopia does not have strict construction laws to create accessible conditions. Moreover, builders do not always enforce the existing rules and regulations. Data collected in June 2017 from four higher educational institutions in Addis Ababa were analyzed and used to evaluate the built environment, in regard to mobility issues, and to determine the level of accessibility. Findings can be used to generate solutions such as appropriate dimensions for ramps, entry clearance, corridors, and other spaces. This guidebook will be supported by written description and visual images and can be utilized to design existing and future structures.< Less
Surrender is not an Option: An Evaluation of Emergent Epistemology By David Kowalski
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This short work examines the core of the emerging church movement, concluding that the movement's primary, identifying characteristic is its epistemology which inevitably leads emergents to various... More > kinds of skepticism, relativism, heresy, and antinomianism. It answers various arguments emergents have offered in their own defense and it has an abundance of references in the endnotes which will help the reader continue in further study of the issues involved. Written originally for a scholarly journal, it is still accessible to non-scholars.< Less
Surrender is not an Option: An Evaluation of Emergent Epistemology By David Kowalski
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This short work examines the core of the emerging church movement, concluding that the movement's primary, identifying characteristic is its epistemology which inevitably leads emergents to various... More > kinds of skepticism, relativism, heresy, and antinomianism. It answers various arguments emergents have offered in their own defense and it has an abundance of references in the endnotes which will help the reader continue in further study of the issues involved. Written originally for a scholarly journal, it is still accessible to non-scholars.< Less
Metropolitan Centers: Evaluating Local Implementation of Regional Plans and Policies By Richard Margerum
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The Denver and Salt Lake City Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) have embarked upon regional visioning strategies that promote development around higher density, mixed use centers with... More > current or future access to transit. This study examines the programs and policies in the Salt Lake City and Denver regions to examine regional vision influence on local planning and the opportunities and constraints facing centers. The research team analyzed local plans over the past several decades, interviewed planners, and examined demographic, land use and transportation characteristics in select centers across the region. We found that the regional vision had a moderate influence on local planning, due to vague definitions and criteria. However, light rail investment and market forces have had a more substantial influence—resulting in cities developing supportive transit oriented development policies.< Less
Just Ask: Integrating Accessibility Throughout Design [Large Print Edition] By Shawn Lawton Henry
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LARGE PRINT EDITION * Improve your websites, software, hardware, and consumer products to make them more useful to more people in more situations. * Develop effective accessibility solutions... More > efficiently. Learn: * The basics of including accessibility in design projects: - Shortcuts for involving people with disabilities in your project. - Tips for comfortable interaction with people with disabilities. * Details on accessibility in each phase of the user-centered design process (UCD): - Examples of including accessibility in user group profiles, personas, and scenarios. - Guidance on evaluating for accessibility through heuristic evaluation, design walkthroughs, and screening techniques. - Thorough coverage of planning, preparing for, conducting, analyzing, and reporting effective usability tests with participants with disabilities. - Questions to include in your recruiting screener. - Checklist for usability testing with participants with disabilities. Online at www.uiAccess.com/justask/< Less
Protecting Electronic Documents: Evaluating & Selecting Enterprise Digital Rights Management Software; A Decision Guide By Robert F. Smallwood
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This is a complete guide to learning about e-document security and enterprise digital rights management (E-DRM) software for protecting e-documents both inside and outside an organization. The... More > gaping hole in the security schemes of enterprise content management (ECM) systems is that few, if any, protections exist once the information is legitimately accessed. Enterprise Digital Rights Management software protects e-documents through their life cycle by attaching permissions (e.g. print, edit, forward, time of expiration) to electronic documents. E-DRM helps organizations comply with privacy laws and government regulations that require assurance of the validity and integrity of documents. Managers will learn about the key standards and players in the marketplace, uses and applications for E-DRM in different industries, and key considerations for selecting and implementing a successful E-DRM project.< Less
Do it Yourself? A Learners’ Perspective on Learner Autonomy and Self-Access Language Learning By Hayo Reinders
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This research presents a learners’ perspective of (the promotion of) learner autonomy and Self-Access Language Learning in an English Proficiency Programme. It provides an evaluation of the... More > success of these course elements as well as an interpretation of students’ understanding of the related concepts. Finally it identifies factors that enhance or hinder the successful implementation of Self-Access Language Learning.< Less
Do it Yourself? A Learners’ Perspective on Learner Autonomy and Self-Access Language Learning By Hayo Reinders
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This research presents a learners’ perspective of (the promotion of) learner autonomy and Self-Access Language Learning in an English Proficiency Programme. It provides an evaluation of the... More > success of these course elements as well as an interpretation of students’ understanding of the related concepts. Finally it identifies factors that enhance or hinder the successful implementation of Self-Access Language Learning.< Less
Usability Bites: Getting your Message Heard By Martin Gonzalez-Rodriguez
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This book illustrates the techniques developed by the usability engineering for designing accessible and usable artifacts. The author analyzes some examples of wrong designs whose faulty user... More > interface was the cause of expensive repairs and in the case of some famous air crashes, even the lost of life. Crucial techniques such as card sorting, heuristic evaluation, personas and remote testing are analized depending upon their use in different development stages. All of those techniques are employed to increase the accuracy of the user modeling. These models are used to predict the behavior of users in different interaction scenarios. As a result, the author proposes a model-based design architecture, allowing to separate the user interface into four layers that facilitate their design and implementation separately.< Less

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