Inclusive Education of Students with Visual Impairment at the Faculty of Information Technology at the Moscow State University of Psychology and Education 68
, Chief of education-production laboratory of technical tools and software for teaching blind and visually impaired students, faculty of information technologies, MSUPE, Moscow, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
This article describes how the issue of access to higher education for people with severe visual impairment is addressed at the Moscow State Psychological and Pedagogical University. The main difficulties experienced by students of this category are revealed, and ways to overcome them are given. The classification of the forms of presentation of educational information available without visual control is given and typhlotechnical devices that allow converting information into these forms are described.
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