Amélioration de la lisibilité des formations de l'EEA accessibles aux étudiants en situation de handicap - Vers une mutualisation des expériences et une généralisation des bonnes pratiques

Abstract : -- French Charter "University/Handicap" clearly states the role of training institutions in the inclusion in our society of people with disabilities. This role is emphasized through the legal obligation to welcome and support these students in French universities. We need to open our courses to more students with disabilities. To do that, reception and support services are available in our universities and work has begun which aims to improve the accessibility of facilities for disabled people. The teaching and workstations in practical labs must also be adapted to make them accessible to students with disabilities. Experiences locally exist but sharing this knowledge and these projects is needed. Work is already underway in this direction but a census of training courses "accessible" is also necessary. This article discusses the considerations needed for this census. It first defines the criteria of course accessibility. Then, local and national accessibility experiences are presented. Finally, an European project to improve the legibility of EIE cursus accessible for disabled students is describe.
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François Demontoux, Hélène Fremont, Eric Woirgard. Amélioration de la lisibilité des formations de l'EEA accessibles aux étudiants en situation de handicap - Vers une mutualisation des expériences et une généralisation des bonnes pratiques. CETSIS2013 : Enseignement des Technologies et des Sciences de l'Information et des Systemes, Mar 2013, Caen, France. pp.1-10. ⟨hal-00873510⟩

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