Adjustments for Disabled Students in Healthcare: Development of a National Web Resource of Case Studies, July 2007
The project’s aim was to develop a UK-wide web resource of case study information regarding adjustments made to prevent discrimination against disabled students (and potential students) in the allied health professions (AHPs), nursing and midwifery. This was to be achieved through the following objectives: Objective 1: Identify information that the target users would find useful with regards to adjustments Objective 2: Develop and pilot an online template for submitting case study information, a website and a search facility Objective 3: Populate the web resource with UK-wide submissions for a single profession and submissions from one Higher Education Institute (HEI) for a range of professions The project leader moved from Queen Margaret University College Edinburgh to the University of the West of England Bristol during the course of the project and both institutions were therefore closely engaged with its development.
Filed under: Inclusivity, Case Study, Enhancing Learning through Technology, Disability, Student Learning, Mini-project, E-Learning, Evaluation, Final Report
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