College Organizational Structure and its Impact on Accessible Distance Learning for Students With Disabilities
Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
Marty Boman (Director), Janet Applin, Beth Laves
Educational Leadership Doctoral Program
Doctor of Education
This research focuses on the impact of organizational structure in colleges on accessibility in distance learning for individuals with disabilities. Research remains limited on the effect of the organizational structure that supports online/web-based courses regarding accessibility. Policies that outline the laws guide faculty to ensure the published online courses are accessible to everyone, including students with disabilities. Further, types of accommodations available to students with disabilities are discussed. Accessibility needs to be addressed by trainings for all faculty who provide accommodations. In conclusion, the accessibility laws affect the organizational structure in institutions and the impact of policy implementation.
Disability and Equity in Education | Education | Educational Leadership | Higher Education | Instructional Media Design
Kariman, Mana, "College Organizational Structure and its Impact on Accessible Distance Learning for Students With Disabilities" (2014). Dissertations. Paper 59.
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