Implementing accessible course policies




Hoffmann, Paige
Hurlbut, Amanda

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Magna Publications


Access can mean many different things in a classroom. For students with disabilities, access means having material, spaces, and coursework accessible for a variety of learning needs. Access can also mean recognizing the limits of time, money, and basic necessities when students come from a range of socioeconomic backgrounds. Of course, we also have universal access in education, which states that all people have equal opportunity in education, regardless of marginalized positions and social inequities (Dolmage, 2015).


Article originally published by The Teaching Professor. English. Published online 2018.
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Universal design for learning, Universal access in education, Students with disabilities


This is the published version of an article that is available at Recommended citation: Hoffmann, P., & Hurlbut, A. (2018, December 3). Implementing accessible course policies.The Teaching Professor. This item has been deposited in accordance with publisher copyright and licensing terms and with the author’s permission.