Online learning poses new challenges, advantages for faculty with disabilities, those in the Deaf community

Emily Stevenson, Detroit Free Press

Boston University faculty and staff members who have disabilities and those in the Deaf and Hard of hearing community have had varied experiences throughout the pandemic — some have enjoyed increased flexibility, while others have found new restraints with online learning. Kara Jackman, archivist and preservation librarian at the School of Theology library, said the pandemic has had a variety of positive effects for her.

https://dailyfreepress.com/2021/03/22/online-learning-poses-new-challenges-advantages-for-faculty-with-disabilities-those-in-the-deaf-community/

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