Access to Educational and Instructional Computer Technologies for Post-Secondary Students with Disabilities: Lessons from Three Empirical Studies
Journal of Educational Media Volume 25, Number 3, ISSN 1358-1651
Presents access issues based on three Canadian empirical studies of the use of computer and information technologies by college students with physical, sensory, and learning disabilities. Results of focus groups, interviews, and questionnaires indicated that the majority used computers and the Internet but many needed some type of adaptation to use computers effectively. (Author/LRW)
Fichten, C.S., Asuncion, J.V., Barile, M., Fossey, M. & De Simone, C. (2000). Access to Educational and Instructional Computer Technologies for Post-Secondary Students with Disabilities: Lessons from Three Empirical Studies. Journal of Educational Media, 25(3), 179-201.
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