Created by:  University of Pittsburgh

  • Mary Goldberg

    Taught by:  Mary Goldberg, Assistant Professor

    Human Engineering Research Laboratories
Commitment1-2 hours/week
Language
English
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 of 74 ratings

I enjoyed this class a lot and it was a good introduction to working with students with disabilities and was a good refresher.

Very interesting course that allows how faculty deal with disabilities services.

This is a really good course in introducing different assistive methods for students with disabilities. Though it is aimed at higher education, I believe that the information can be useful to all teachers.

This course is very good. I would recommend it to my colleagues. Although it benefit to have more information on other types of accessibility. Its short, simple and well thought.