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    AVETRA - Australian Vocational Education and Training Research Association

    AVETRA is Australia's only national, independent association for research in vocational education and training, it brings together research stakeholders and researchers from the TAFE, university, industry and government sectors.

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    Australian Council for Education Research

    ACER’s mission is to create and promote research-based knowledge, products and services that can be used to improve learning across the life span.

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    Autism Centre of Excellence (ACE)

    The central focus of the Autism Centre of Excellence (ACE) is improvement in the quality of life of children and adults with autism. The ACE seeks to support learning for people with autism across their life span and open doors of opportunity – from early childhood, to further education and employment.

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    Autism Research Centre (ARC) - UK

    ARC brings together scientists working on autism from around the University of Cambridge and the Clinical School. It has over 30 research scientists and support staff, drawn from a range of disciplines (cognitive neuroscience, psychiatry, paediatrics, neonatology, genetics, and biochemistry). It utilises state-of-the-art technology in these investigations, including functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), event-related potentials (ERPs), amniocentesis, and gaze-tracking.

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    AutismCRC

    The Cooperative Research Centre for Living with Autism Spectrum Disorders (Autism CRC) is the world’s first national, cooperative research effort focused on autism. We are taking a "whole-of-life" approach to autism focusing on diagnosis, education and adult life.

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    Beyond graduation: Long-term socioeconomic outcomes amongst equity students (NCSEHE)

    This report aimed to address significant gaps in scientific knowledge about the trajectories of post-graduation outcomes of students from equity groups by examining the following research questions: Do equity graduates reap the benefits of university education to the same extent as non-equity graduates over the short and long run?;  What are the differences in outcomes between graduates from different equity groups?; What are the specific outcome domains (e.g. labour market, social capital, wellbeing) where equity group graduates perform particularly well or particularly poorly?  (Wojtek Tomaszewski, Francisco Perales, Ning Xiang and Matthias Kubler - The University of Queensland)

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    Developmental Disability: Centre for Disability Studies (CDS)

    CDS creates and disseminates knowledge that can improve the lives of people with disabilities. They design and develop research, teaching and clinical practice to inform policy and practice which have an impact on people who have disabilities.

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    Disability Studies Quarterly (DSQ) - Journal (US)

    Disability Studies Quarterly (DSQ) is the journal of the Society for Disability Studies (SDS). It is a multidisciplinary and international journal of interest to social scientists, scholars in the humanities, disability rights advocates, creative writers, and others concerned with the issues of people with disabilities.

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    Disability in Australia: Disability Publications

    Numerous publications developed by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. Including, Disability in Australia: intellectual disability, Disability in Australia: acquired brain injury, Disability in Australia: multiple disabilities and need for assistance, Disability prevalence and trends and Disability associated with chronic diseases.

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    Dyslexia and Foreign Language Learning

    This page is hosted by Dr Margaret Crombie, Support for Learning Manager for Highland Council, Scotland. Margaret is an experienced teacher and lecturer. She has considerable experience in the assessment, teaching and support of dyslexic children and adults, and has conducted research into the learning of foreign languages in school.

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