Applying Learning Design in Different Contexts

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Applying Learning Design in Different Contexts by Mind Map: Applying Learning Design in Different Contexts

1. Journal of International Higher Education

1.1. Inequality in Education

1.2. Personal and group praise and recognition

1.3. Student and Faculty mobility

1.4. Brain Drain

1.5. Equity

2. Community College Journal

2.1. Equity

2.2. Student Success

2.3. Retention

3. The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education

3.1. Lack of mention of technology

3.2. Equity

4. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education

4.1. Learner-centered education

4.2. Distance learning

4.3. Equity

5. Critical Reflection Trends

5.1. Bullet format of submission lent itself to greater critique of journal formats over content

5.2. Journals critiqued heavily on basis of Universal Design

6. Usability and Accessibility of the Journal sites

6.1. Open access vs paid access vs timed release

6.1.1. availability of PDFs and full text of articles

6.2. transparency of Journal information (editors, review board, submission process)

6.3. Navigation of sites/searchability of journal content

6.4. Advanced article features such as PDF Plus/Enhanced PDF or interactive elements in articles

6.5. General organization of articles within each journal

6.6. How can we make journal website more inclusive?

6.6.1. # of languages offered

6.6.1.1. Only JIHE offers multiple languages, not available in some widely spoken languages (bias towards author countries???)

6.6.2. Inclusion of features visually impaired access

6.6.3. is there a way to break the traditional mold and normalize a format available for those who are dyslexic?

7. Questions Raised

7.1. Problems with educational inequality

7.2. Use of cookies on website: EU General Data Protection Regulations

7.3. Use of ads on websites

7.4. Have you found or thought of ways to help students feel comfortable or empowered to visit/seek campus health services?

7.5. What are the ways that your instructors have made you feel safe and or trusted in our out of the classroom?

7.6. What are the ways in which external factors might influence a student’s ability to engage and or learn? How can we build support and community for that?

7.7. if education on the subject of mental health and wellbeing has been identified as an important student issue, but one that is difficult to address due to a lack of resources, would it not stand within reason to integrate its delivery into high-impact practices such as orientation, first-year seminars, and advising? Given that required high-impact practices are a possible reasonable solution to making education more equitable and accessible, and deliver education on hot-topic issues such as mental health and success strategies, how can high-impact practices be leveraged to tackle trending issues, in higher education?