SUPPORTS IN ONLINE LEARNING FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES

This is an ebook that I wrote compiling resources, research and information for supporting individuals with disabilities to thrive in an online learning environment. This includes those with physical disabilities, mental illness, anxiety, cognitive disabilities, and learning disabilities.


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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jessica Grant is a Student at Athabasca University.
Athabasca University Student in Graduate Diploma of Instructional Design. I've worked in public education as an education assistant for the past 5 years, mainly elementary schools supporting neurodiverse learners. Prior to moving to Nelson I worked at the University of British Columbia for 10 years in Parkinson's Research.
I am also a visual artist and web designer.
I live in Nelson, BC with my tween son and our two dogs. My interests are reading, vegan cooking, making art + nature.


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