Developing inclusive higher education implies creating and promoting among students and academic staff information and training materials adapted for different types of disabilities as well as rules and regulations concerning university admissions, instruction, employment and support of persons with disabilities. These materials may be created and distributed openly through the Federal Library of Information and Resources on Inclusive Higher Education. The paper focuses on the importance of establishing such resource and describes the conceptual framework for developing and spreading information and instructional materials specially adapted for individuals with hearing and visual impairments which are crucial to the quality and accessibility of higher education. The paper also outlines the structure and functioning of this open information system.
Different Types Of Disabilities Accessibility Of Higher Education Types Of Disabilities Support Of Persons Information Materials University Admissions Academic Staff Training Functioning Of Information System Instruction Of Persons Visual Impairments
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