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This section of the Student and Staff Support Hub is aimed to provide academic staff with access to information on supporting students with disabilities. Choose on of the following options to find specific information of interest.


 

National level support by country

What supports are available in different countries. This shows governmental and non-governmental supports. This list currently considers the SALEIE partner countries.

 


 

Institutional level support by country

What supports are available within higher education insitutions in different countries. This shows specific disability support services within the different institutions. This list currently considers the SALEIE partner countries.

 


 

Charters and legislation

What international, European and national level charters and legislation form the legal basis for supporting students with disabilities.

 


 

Best practice examples

Whilst disability support across Europe is integral into education, different countries adopt different approaches to support. How these support measures are set-up and operated in one country may be of interest and use to other countries. Here, we have identified a number of differnt support measures undertaken within the SALEIE partner countries and these are summaried here. Links to the support providers are included where appropriate.

 


 

Assistive technology

What assistive technology is available and can be developed to support students with disabilities to fully participate in education.

 


 

Adapting learning materials

Within education, learners are provided with a range of learning materials to aid their educational experience. These materials can be in different forms such as paper, electronic documents, audio clips and video clips. There are typical ways in which these materials are developed. However, not all learners would benefit from a single material presentation approach and so, learning material can be adapted to support the diverse group of learners with different needs. Here, we have identified a range of approachaes and links to further information on adapting learning material.

 


 

Laboratory adjustments

Within the science and engineering fields, laboratories form a key part of the student experience. It is important to ensure that the laboratory is set-up and operated to support all students so that any disability does not hinder a student from full participation in the laboratory. Here, we have identified a number of aspects relating to the design and operation of laboratories to support all learners. In addition, links to work undertaken in developing integrated learning environments are identified.

 


 

SALEIE student projects

Within the SALEIE project, we have developed student project ideas for developing assistivity technology for students with disabilities within the Electrical and Information Engineering disciplines. You can find more information on the projects and also contact persons for further information and potential collaboration.

 


 

Training courses, conferences and events

Here, we have identified a number of training courses which are run in differnt countries to provide support to students and staff in the area of disability within education.

 


 

EU projects and information

The European Union supports a number of academic projects in the area of disability support and support in education. Here, we have idenified a number of different European Union projects and work undertaken by different organisations and higher education institutions within Europe.

 


 

Non-EU projects and information

Internationally (outside the European Union), different countries support a number of academic projects in the area of disability support and support in education. Here, we have idenified a number of different international projects and work undertaken by different by different organisations and higher education institutions internationally.

 

 

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