While a number of high-quality journals require that you pay to access their articles, there is an ongoing movement to liberate information for scholarly consumption.
03 November, 2020
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The global outbreak of the Covid-19 had disrupted a number of programmes—from businesses to education. However, one thing it did not disrupt is the need for one to think about his or her future, particularly in the post-Corvid19 era. This post is going to look at one fundamental aspect of education, which I suspect affects the future of education, that of online education. Much had been written across the web on this subject, however, I will be sticking to the main theme of this site, that of accessible education for those who are blind or visually impaired.
01 January, 0001
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