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Title Assistive technology : meeting the technology needs of students with disabilities in post-secondary education / Paul Leung ... [and others]
Published Canberra : Evaluations and Investigations Programme, Dept. of Education, Training and Youth Affairs, 1999


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Description xiii, 98 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Series EIP ; 99/6
Evaluations and Investigations Program report ; 99/6
Summary The report identifies issues surrounding the use of AT which exist for students, university and TAFE staff including Disability Liaison Officers (DLOs) and Information Technology Services Staff. It investigates the AT-related needs of students with disabilities and the barriers to provision of AT to tertiary students with disabilities. The report also identifies useful AT for students with specific disabilities, and current examples of effective and cost-efficient strategies related to the use of AT in support of tertiary students. This research was funded under the Evaluations and Investigations Programme (EIP)
Analysis Computer assisted instruction
Cost effectiveness analysis
Electronic resource
Information and communications technology
Tertiary students
Notes DETYA no. 6412HERC99A--verso of t.p
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 95-98
Notes Also available online via the World Wide Web
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Subject Educational technology -- Australia.
People with disabilities -- Education (Higher) -- Australia.
Self-help devices for people with disabilities -- Australia.
Author Leung, Paul.
Australia. Department of Education, Training, and Youth Affairs. Evaluations and Investigations Programme
ISBN 0642239444