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Universal Design of Advising

General guidelines and a comprehensive checklist of considerations to make the student advising process accessible for persons with disabilities.

Burgstahler, S - Washington University, DO-IT

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Posted by: emmalcoffman@gmail.com on Wed Dec 03, 2014 at 11:07 a.m.

This site is has a pretty poor interface and is a bit hard to organize visually. However, the information is really good, and I think advisors who often have little experience with the needs of students with disabilities could benefit from this site.

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