Computing Technologies: A Cornerstone for Educational and Employment Equity
Canadian Journal of Higher Education Volume 22, Number 1, ISSN 0316-1218
Postsecondary education needs to (1) provide "equity tools" to disabled students to enable access to computing technology; (2) provide appropriate education and support; (3) educate human services students in the roles and processes of computing technologies; and (4) research and disseminate information on use of equity tools. (Author/MSE)
Hollingsworth, M. (1992). Computing Technologies: A Cornerstone for Educational and Employment Equity. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 22(1), 14-26.
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Maurice Hollingsworth, Palliser Regional Schools, Canada
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