The impact of disabilities and long-term medical conditions on the student learning experience at USQ

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Lawson, Kym, Werth, Shalene, Dunn, Peter and d'Abadie, Danielle. 2008. "The impact of disabilities and long-term medical conditions on the student learning experience at USQ." Pathways 9. Melbourne, Australia 02 - 05 Dec 2008 Melbourne, Australia.
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The impact of disabilities and long-term medical conditions on the student learning experience at USQ

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AuthorsLawson, Kym (Author), Werth, Shalene (Author), Dunn, Peter (Author) and d'Abadie, Danielle (Author)
Journal or Proceedings TitlePathways 9 Proceedings
Number of Pages6
Year2008
Place of PublicationMelbourne, Australia
Web Address (URL) of Paperhttp://www.pathways9.org/papers/11.doc
Conference/EventPathways 9
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Pathways 9
Event Date
02 to end of 05 Dec 2008
Event Location
Melbourne, Australia
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[Abstract]: A disability or long-term medical condition often plays a major role in decision-making regarding many life choices including educational options. Since the introduction of legislation such as the Disability Discrimination Act (1992), educational institutions have implemented organisational and policy changes to improve access and participation for students with a disability. Whilst many improvements have been made, ongoing research is required to assess the impact at the student level. The University of Southern Queensland (USQ) is undertaking a study to examine the learning experience of students with a disability. Through a combination of survey, interview and assessment of learning style, this study reviews a number of aspects including the influence of disability on choices relating to study, barriers to participation, utilisation of support services, and learning style preferences. This paper details the first year of a proposed three-year study. Preliminary results reveal that: neurological conditions may impact less on study by comparison to other disabilities; disability appeared to have the most impact on placements, exams and practicals and the least impact on physical access and online aspects. Quantitative investigation provides an in-depth view of the impact of disability on individual students. Limitations and directions for future research are also discussed. Information from this study will enable USQ to improve services, guide academic practice, and better understand the impact of disability. The information may also be applicable to other educational settings and serve to guide further research in the area.

Keywordslong-term medical condition, university, student experience, university participation
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020390203. Sociology of education
390303. Higher education
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School of Management and Marketing
University of the Sunshine Coast
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