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Applications of Online Instruction: An Overview for Teachers, Students with Mild Disabilities, and Their Parents
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Focus on Exceptional Children Volume 35, Number 6, ISSN 0015-511X

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This article describes online instruction in the context of online technologies, instructional environment, and home environment of students with disabilities. Topics covered include advantages, cost effectiveness, Web accessibility, universal design for learning, tools for accessing and organizing resources, tools for communication, learning material delivery, student portfolio assessment, teacher preparation, professional development, and parent resources. (Contains 23 print and 58 Web site references.) (DB)

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Smith, S.J. & Meyen, E.L. (2003). Applications of Online Instruction: An Overview for Teachers, Students with Mild Disabilities, and Their Parents. Focus on Exceptional Children, 35(6), 1-15. Retrieved June 17, 2019 from .

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