When creating a resource to share with others a few obstacles come to mind that I might need to address. From our reading of Dervin, Baggio and Clark there are many factors to consider. My DQ askes, "Does implementation of a 21st century inclusive design reduce disruptive behavior?." If my audience cannot relate to the issue of what my resource is trying to help, they do not have any background knowledge and there goes my buy in. I've lost my audience already. If my resource does not apply to them I don't have their interest which could be a potential problem. To address this problem I would need to give some sort of scenario with a demonstration or a movie clip to reel them in and get the wheels turning.
Another potential problem could be maybe they have this issue as well but it's not what their focus is. They might not really care or want to know more about it. In this case I would need to make it personable. I could provide data and have personal testimonies of other teachers to gain sympathy for others to see a concern.
Lastly I learned the way the information is presented is very important as well. You can loose your audience if your presentation is too wordy or visually unappealing. The strategies to make information received long-term