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Student Taxonomy for Higher Education - Sample

Students need to perform many tasks as part of their post-secondary education and can encounter challenges or accessibility barriers with any one or set of these tasks. In theory, identifying and assessing the success or barriers encountered by a student will inform areas of needed intervention, including accommodations or campus design solutions. Two important strategic procedures have driven the student behavior analyses for this taxonomy development:concepts from industrial engineering task analysis and occupational therapy activity analysis. This taxonomy was the first iteration of what became ACES and then SCAN-IT (both of which are found on this website).

ACCESS-ed Project - Stephanie Siegler, BS, & Roger O. Smith, PhD, OT

Taxonomy: Student Tasks in Post-Secondary Education  (PDF File) (ACCESS-ed)

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