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Document Landscape: What Shapes Students’ with Disability Experiences in Work-Integrated Learning
Colleges and universities have many documents about accommodations for students with disabilities in classrooms. However, there are fewer documents about accommodation during work-integrated learning (WIL). Researchers ...
Becoming Successful with Disabled Students in the Accommodation's Assemblage: Using Storytelling as Method
As more disabled students enter college and university, the need for accommodations in the classroom and work-integrated learning (WIL)will increase. Storytelling can be a powerful tool to understand how to make the WIL ...
“Ask Me What I Need”: Shifting Responsibility for Inclusive Learning Environments in Clinical Placement
Lack of consideration of accommodations in work-integrated learning (WIL) leads to a lack of equity. We can address equity concerns in WIL by shifting responsibility from disabled students to clinical staff and administrators ...