Creating a Culture of Accessibility

Distance Education Report

As you start your fall term, think about the students in your class, the ones visiting your office, or the ones you communicate with online.† Chances are several have disabilities, even if you cannot perceive them.† And making your interactions accessible to all students, especially those studying online, can be a challenge.† Kristen Betts is director of online and blended learning at Armstrong Atlantic State University.† Betts and her colleagues offer some statistics of interest to those who work with online students:

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