With the flexible learning resources I have produced so far, (i-pod movies, mp3 etc) I really hadn't thought of anything culturally insensitive that may be on our programmes.
We take the requirements from NZQA, interpret those into dishes or theory and post in the choosen style. Being in any way offensive hasn't really been thought of.
I suppose if we were sitting on a table in a video that may be offensive, as in our Moari culture or if we wrote or marked with red pen that may offend some Asian folks, writing about this now will ensure we think about those things for future projects.
But how do you know?
Alli's example with the clock, who would have thought of that, and it wasn't indended to be offensive. So if we all do something in our flexible delivery that may be seen as not ok by some as long as it wasn't intentional and is fixed in a timley way I don't think we should be overly worried or stressed about a mistake.
2 - some evidence - refers to an example of online learning and one of distance but does not discuss them or critique them or make comparisons