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Digital Handbook

The digital handbook covers the following topics: how to facilitate access to different university services for students with intellectual disabilities; how to improve socialisation in the university environment; how to support the learning process of students with intellectual disabilities; how to improve employability.

It is relevant for:

  • undergraduate students with and without disabilities because it offers strategies to make the university friendlier in several areas such as curricula, university coexistence, gender equality and support networks, international mobility, orientation and labour inclusion.
  • teachers because it offers tools to broaden the scientific view of disability in science, technology and innovation, and because it offers relevant information to make teaching accessible to this population group.
  • administration and services staff as a tool to improve accessibility in the administrative management of the campus and to offer friendly environments in the context of university services.

Available in:
English Spanish Romanian Portuguese

The digital handbook is also available in Easy Reading version in all partners languages:
English Spanish Romanian Portuguese