How online learning contributes to a more inclusive HE experience

Students with special educational needs and/or disabilities are often overlooked in the grand scheme of education. However, they are part of the student population, on college campuses, taking courses with their peers, mostly online lately. One thing that I’ve been thrilled about is that technology and online learning have really supported these students to continue their education, even though the pandemic disrupted many systems and processes.

As an educator and Executive Director at the Inclusive Higher Education Certificate Program (IHECP), I can honestly say that my students have experienced a smooth transition to the online learning environment. I attribute this success to our pre-pandemic strategy — we already had a blended learning system in place that helped us accommodate remote education.

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