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    Central Washington University
   
 
  Jan 17, 2018
 
 
    
2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ASP 490 - Accessibility Studies Internship


Description:
Field experience in a real-world context for observing, analyzing and investigating principles and issues crucial to developing competence  in understanding efforts to minimize barriers for all people, especially those with specific limitations in their perception or mobility.  Fingerprinting may be required. May be repeated up to 20 credits. Grade will be either S or U. Course will not have an established scheduling pattern.

Prerequisites:
Co- or Prerequisite: ASP 435.

Credits: (1-12)

Learner Outcomes, Activities and Assessments

All the following learner outcomes will be assessed through the capstone project and its presentation and publication.

Learner Outcome

Activities

Assessment

1. Investigate real-world scenario for high-incidence accessibility issues.                                                          

Students will observe scenarios, discuss in class or online.

Graded written paper or quizzes.

2. Observe and analyze real-world scenarios for compliance with accessibility laws and policies.                                                       

Students will observe scenarios, discuss in class or online.

Graded written paper or quizzes.

3. Discuss solutions  to improve accessibility in a realistic context for realistic people with high incidence disabilities.                                                 

Students will observe scenarios, discuss in class or online.

Graded written paper or quizzes.

4. Synthesize field experience and professional literature to interpret real world phenomena and personal attitudes toward accessibility.                                                                        

Students will read professional literature, observe scenarios, discuss in class or online.

Graded written paper or quizzes.

5. Demonstrate appropriate interactions with stakeholders in field, e.g. disability etiquette.                                                                        

Students will interact in assigned field experience.

Graded written paper or quizzes.





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