Jim Hounslow is an instructional designer, educational technologist, educator, and web designer and developer.
He is currently employed as an Instructional Designer with Teaching Learning Technology Centre (TLTC), Red River College. He was previously employed as the E-Learning Specialist with the Canadian Museum of Human Rights (CMHR) and an E-Learning Specialist with the University of Manitoba (UofM).
Jim is passionate about accessibility issues, Universal Design and Inclusive Design. He is a board member on the Information and Communications Standard Development Committee tasked with developing recommendations for a proposed Information and Communications Standard for the Accessibility Advisory Council as part of the Accessibility for Manitobans Act (AMA). At UofM, he was a member of the Accessibility for Manitoban’s Act Information and Communication Subcommittee. He was responsible for UofM’s Web Standards Guidelines, Social Media Guidelines, Visual Identify Guidelines and University Web Page Policies. While with CMHR, he was a member of the Inclusive Design and Accessibility Council Working Committee and was responsible for developing accessible digital media projects.
Jim is currently currently working on a Letter of Accomplishment (LOA) in E-Learning in the teaching stream at Extended Education, University of Manitoba.