S.01, Ep.08: Making Learning Inclusive with Clusive
The Center for Inclusive Software for Learning (CISL) at CAST is an OSEP-funded project that developed Clusive®️ as a free, flexible, adaptive, and customizable web-based digital learning environment. In this episode, Lynn McCormack and Kristin Robinson from the Clusive team join us to explain the many accessibility features and Universal Design for Learning supports that are built into Clusive to create a more personalized learning environment that adapts to individual needs and preferences of each learner, including display options, text-to-speech, word lookup, affective measures and more. Stay tuned to the end to learn about some exciting new features that make it even easier for students, teachers and parents to use Clusive with their own materials.
- Lynn McCormack, Senior Technologist at CAST
- Kristin Robinson, Senior Instructional Designer & Research Associate at CAST
- Center for Inclusive Software for Learning (CISL)
- CISL Research on Inclusive Learning Supports
- CAST Free Webinar: Clusive and Bookshare, A Powerful Partnership for Inclusive Literacy
- Volunteer as a Clusive Co-Designer or Beta Tester
The contents of this podcast were developed under a cooperative agreement with the US Department of Education, #H327Z190004. However, those contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the US Department of Education and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government. Project Officer: Rebecca Sheffield, Ph.D.