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Project PAACS: Postsecondary Accommodations for Academic and Career Success. Final Report  (Research based)

This 116 page microfiche document is a bit difficult to read, but contains significant findings. Comprehensive research on the assistive technology needs of 141 college students with disabilities led to a training program and desk reference guide [PDF of this guide linked elsewhere on this site]. Also, the knowledge of disability laws and recent course cases of 440 faculty/administrators and 70 student affairs staff was surveyed and analyzed for a second of 3 modules for their training programs.

Mississippi State University

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