Research Project: What constitutes success in Higher Education in Australia for Students with Disability?
Higher Education students are required to attend interviews as part of a research study to increase understanding of what success means for students with disability in Higher Education in Australia.
The research aims to obtain in-depth and important insights from students who are a user of AccessAbility services and require reasonable adjustment support because they have a disability/health condition.
The interview will take around 25 – 30 minutes and is informal. Your responses to the questions will be recorded and kept confidential.
The interview data and findings will form part of a research project that will be made available to you and other interested parties later. The project aims to provide important information on what works and helps students with disability to succeed in their studies. The research is looking at revising the current definition of success in Higher Education.
Each interview will be assigned a code to ensure that personal identifiers are not revealed during the analysis and write up of findings.
There is no monetary compensation for participating in this study, however your participation will go toward a unique and important contribution of disability and Higher Education.
The interviews will be conducted remotely (MS teams or Zoom) and you will be able to obtain a transcript of the interview later.
If you wish to participate
- Email email@example.com with subject heading: Research Project: What constitutes success in Higher Education in Australia for Students with Disability? Call for student participants.
- Include a weekday and time that suits you to be interviewed.
- Include any access requirements you require.
Please contact Edwina Newham (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions.