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Event information

This webinar, a joint ADCET and National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) event, will present findings from a recently released research project, Supporting tertiary students with disabilities: Exploring the use of individualised and institution-level approaches in practice.

Presented by two of the researchers, Dr Annie Venville and Professor Ellie Fossey, the webinar will focus on the following implications for practice:

  • The provision of institution-level learning supports may be made more visible so as to foster learning environments that are inclusive of tertiary students with disability.
  • The provision of relevant and effective reasonable adjustments for individual students could be enhanced with greater emphasis on collaboration among the parties involved, with the student at the centre.
  • Enhancing student awareness of available learning supports and increasing transparency about the nature and types of disability support available could reduce the variability in tertiary student experiences of learning support.

For more information and to register, please visit the ADCET event page.