Posted January 12, 2018 04:07:03 Christian universities are offering free online course for students who have a disability and will make them available to those who do not.
The Christian Education Association of America (CEAA) announced the new initiative on Wednesday.
In a statement, the CEAAA said it wants to “help our students achieve a lifetime of learning by making the transition from a manual to an electronic learning experience.”
The college’s website said that its goal is to provide students with the opportunity to learn from their peers and the ability to “make a difference for others through the application of technology.”
CEAA president Michael Brown said that the goal is not to eliminate the manual learning that students currently receive, but rather to make learning easier.
“It’s our hope that students will feel empowered to take on an academic role without needing to resort to the manual mode,” he said.
According to the website, students will learn from experts and experts in their field and have the option to apply for certificates or scholarships.
There will be a cap on the number of courses that can be completed per semester.
The CEAA also said that students with disabilities who are enrolled in courses will be offered access to online tools to help them complete those courses.
A spokesperson for the Christian University of the Rockies in Colorado, which is located in Greeley, Colorado, said that they are also planning to offer courses for people with disabilities.