Don't forget me, we're not all the same: Seeking to Prevail over Educational Disadvantage

By Christopher K. Morgan.

Published by The Organization Collection

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Students with chronic illnesses are a largely neglected group. This paper provides an insight into how their disadvantage can be ameliorated through adequate provision of educational technologies.

Keywords: Educational Disadvantage, Educational Technology, Disabilities, Higher Education

International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 2, pp.1-8. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.890MB).

Christopher K. Morgan

Chris Morgan has many years experience in higher education in Australia and elsewhere and continues to teach in both the on and off campus modes. He has been at the helm of the Distance Education Program since its inception at Orange in 1979 and has progressed through various positions over the period including External Studies Coordinator, Head of the Division of External Studies, Head of Educational Services, Associate Dean (Undergraduate Studies and Educational Development) and Associate Dean (Teaching and Learning). He has won university and national awards for his teaching.


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