Search Results: accessibility

Accessibility in studies – aids and facilities [page]

Accessibility refers to the design of physical, psychological and social environments so as to allow everyone to function as equals despite their individual characteristics. At the university, accessibility is something…

Accessible studies [page]

Accessibility refers to a physical, mental and social environment where everyone, regardless of their personal characteristics, can act and interact equally with others. At the university, accessibility affects all students…

Funding your studies abroad [page]

…additional support in the form of an accessibility grant for the exchange period. An accessibility grant can be issued to the student if the disability/illness/learning difficulty/other special need causes extra…

Student well-being work at UEF [page]

How can the well-being of students and the academic community be promoted at our university? What is meant by student well-being work? Who is responsible for the well-being…

UEF library [page]

…renewals, reservations, remote access and much more. The university aims at multidisciplinarity which is supported by the easy accessibility to the UEF library’s collections and digital services from each campus….

University glossary [page]

…arrangements A student may have an injury or disability due to which they need special arrangements to guarantee their smooth completion of studies. See: Accessibility in studies – aids and…

special arrangements request form [docx]

…to the student to the above-mentioned address). Voluntary appendices: Recommendations/memos issued by the university staff or the accessibility network. The student’s own proposal for special arrangements: [bookmark: Teksti12] Date: _________________…

Agreement on e-publishing [pdf]

…the Work itself acces- sible. The Library shall take care of the accessibility of the Work in the network and shall publish, in connection with this service, a re- minder…