Rosa Navarrete, Sergio Luján-Mora. Latin American Journal of Computing, 2(3), p. 21-32. ISSN: 1390-9134.
Open Educational Resources (OER) are digital materials for teaching-learning purpose released under an open license that are available through websites. In the last decade, some governments have encouraged the development and using of OER in order to contribute to the achievement of the right to education for everyone. Besides, inclusion of people with disabilities is a global concern that need to be addressed in all living aspects including education as one of the fundamental right for human development. In this research we address the user experience in OER websites —considering the perspective of users with disabilities— in order to recognize possible barriers in web design. The conformance criteria considered for this reviewing are mandatory aspects of user experience in relation to Web accessibility and Web usability.
Keywords: Open Educational Resources, User experience, Web accessibility, Web usability, Disabilities
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