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Title: EducaciĆ³n superior sin barreras: la accesibilidad de las universidades para los estudiantes con discapacidad
Other Titles: Higher education without barriers: university access for students with disabilities
Authors: Pastor, Carmen Alba

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Keywords: Information and communication technologies
Students
Access to education
Disability
Higher education
Information society
Universities
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Faculty of Education, Queen's University
Citation: Pastor, C.A. (2005). Higher education without barriers: university access for students with disabilities. Encounters on Education 6, 43-60.
Abstract: Higher Education institutions have developed online information services and degrees as an echo of the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) incidence in all society fields. Equal access to education is a fundamental right; but equal access to higher education for people with disabilities is far from being achieved yet. To this inequality has to be added the difficulty of some groups to participate in the information society, the so called infoexclusion. The short number of students with disabilities in higher education makes evident the presence of barriers for this people to get into this educational level. One of them is the low degree of accessibility to digital services and studies offered by the Universities, something that can be considered a new kind of segregation.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1974/482
ISSN: 1494-4936
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