Systematic Review Of Studies On The Employment Of Digital Educational Platforms For Students With Disabilities

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Basim Rafi Alsheri , Ahmed I Fallatah , Ali Hassan S Najmi


This research aims at reviewing and analyzing the published studies in the globally classified international databases in ScienceDirect, Scopus, during the years 2010-2021. For identifying the digital platforms, employed for students with special needs, and for revealing the key purposes, advantages and challenges, a systematic review methodology has been used. The research sample consists of 40 studies; as well, a symbolic model has been developed for data collection. The main findings are that the most used digital platforms are Moodle and Blackboard, while the variables are performance variables related to skills. The results also indicate low skills in using digital platforms for some persons with disabilities and a lack of social interaction among learners.

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