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A Multi-StakeholderAnalysis of Accessibility in Higher Education

People with disabilities face extra hardship in institutions of higher education because of accessibility barriers built into the educational system. While prior work investigates the needs of individual stakeholders, this work ofers insights into the communication and collaboration between key stakeholders in creating access in institutions of higher education. The authors present refectionsfrom their experiences working with disability service ofces to meet their access needs and the results from interviewing 6 professors and 6 other disabled students about their experience in achieving access. Our results indicate that there are rich opportunities for technological solutions to support these stakeholders in communicating about and creating access

Kelly Avery MackNatasha A SidikAashaka DesaiEmma J. McDonnellKunal MehtaChristina Zhang, Jennifer Mankoff: Maintaining the Accessibility Ecosystem: a Multi-Stakeholder Analysis of Accessibility in Higher Education. ASSETS 2023: 100:1-100:6

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