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Providing Access to Students With Disabilities in Online Distance Education: Legal and Technical Concerns for Higher Education
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American Journal of Distance Education Volume 18, Number 1, ISSN 0892-3647

Abstract

Students with disabilities who enroll in online courses continue to experience barriers to participation. Although no single U.S. law or court decision requires educators to provide online courses in a format that is accessible to all students, a patchwork of federal and state laws apply to online education in various ways.

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Edmonds, C.D. (2004). Providing Access to Students With Disabilities in Online Distance Education: Legal and Technical Concerns for Higher Education. American Journal of Distance Education, 18(1), 51-62. Retrieved April 15, 2021 from .

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