Discursive Philosophical Thought

My journal article on e-learning accessibility through collaboration and outcomes assessment is out.

Journal: International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design (IJOPCD)

Editors: Chia-Wen Tsai and Pei-Di Shen

Publisher: IGI Global

Volume 3, Issue 3: E-Learning Accessibility Model: A Culture of Collaboration and Outcomes Assessment

I want to thank and recognize each of the interviewees involved:
  • Sheryl E. Burgstahler
  • Norman Coombs
  • Samantha Tomaskin*
  • Jeanette (Jenny) Dugger
  • Laurie Petersen
  • Barbara Frey
  • Michael E. Scheuermann
  • Tracy Bissette
  • Jared Smith
  • Jayme Johnson
  • Celeste Schwartz
  • Tom Kuhlmann
  • Korey Singleton
  • Richard N. Katz
  • Harry Hellenbrand
  • Bernard (Barney) Lentz
  • Stephen Sheridan
  • Daniel Veit
  • Daniel Kish
  • Brad Elder
  • Alex Cohen
  • Maria Butterfly*
*Pseudonyms




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    Henry C. Alphin Jr., MBA, MS is a higher education administrator, researcher, and consultant with expertise in higher education; economic development and impact; and strategies in leadership, management, and institutional planning. Mr. Alphin has experience in university teaching and curriculum development, with a particular focus on accessibility for disabled college students.



  • The Economic Impact of Humanity 2.0 on Higher Education
  • The Importance of Collaboration in Developing a Culture of Accessibility
  • Global Accreditation and Economic Opportunity










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