User Stories and Accessibility in the ToC

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Can we standardise the format? For example, I see:

  • Accessibility: Finding OER
  • Adaptation accessibility

Suggestion: the context is sufficient, just have "Accessibility" in the ToC and in the corresponding navigation template.

  • User Stories: Sharing OER
    • Can we lose the "User" part and just say one of:
      • "Stories"
      • "Practitioner Stories"
      • "Examples"
      • "Scenarios"
      • "Practice"
      • "OER in Practice"
      • "Community of Practice"
      • "Advice/Tips from OER Practitioners"
      • "Examples and Tips from the OER Community" <-- seems closest to what I find in those "user story" sections.
      • "Experience"
      • ... ?
Ktucker (talk)11:21, 23 June 2008

If you feel the context of the chapters is sufficient, then I think accessibility is sufficient.

As for "User Stories" I would be in favor of simply saying "Perspectives" and leaving it at that for each chapter. Otherwise "Examples and tips" may work best.

Sgurell (talk)04:14, 24 June 2008

Another possibility: "From the coal-face" ... but I like your suggestion "Perspectives" best so far.

Ktucker (talk)11:21, 26 June 2008

>>"From the coal-face"

I just did a Google search for the term and found it fairly widely used, but I have to admit I hadn't heard of it before. I appreciate the suggestion, but I think we'll stick with perspectives. I like it because it is all-encompassing, but isn't authoritarian.

Sgurell (talk)14:38, 26 June 2008