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Usability Testing of OpenCourseWare(OCW) - Focusing on Students with Visual and Hearing Impairments -
Son, Jiyoung; Yeom, Myungsook;
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 Abstract
The purpose of the study is to identify the usability of OpenCouresWare(OCW) from the perspective of students with visual and hearing impairments. Twelve college students with disabilities(8 visual and 4 hearing impairment) implemented usability testing. Two modules in both edX and KOCW were selected for testing. Students with disabilities implemented usability testing and then each individual case was analyzed through quantitative and qualitative methods. As results, the degree of general usability in both edX and KOCW indicated an average level and the degree of accessibility in edX module was evaluated higher than KOCW. Specifically, the module of edX was rated highly by students with hearing impairments and the usability level of KOCW module was highly appreciated by blind students.
 Keywords
OpenCourseWare;OCW;usability testing;visual impairment;hearing impairment;edX;KOCW;
 Language
Korean
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