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    ADCET Newsletter: September #1 2020

    Welcome to our latest newsletter. Once again, we have lots to share with you. We recently published an article on Zoom Fatigue, and it’s obviously hit the mark with over 1350 engaging with the article on our Facebook site, and over 200 people reading it via our website. If you haven’t had a chance to read it yet it’s well worth the 3-minute read. And while we are on the subject of Zoom make sure you check out our new article Zoom Top Tips.

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    NDCO Student Survey

    The National Disability Coordination Officer Program is inviting students with disability to take part in a short 5-10 minute survey to better understand the experiences of study during COVID-19.

    Participation in the survey is voluntary and will remain anonymous. Your feedback is important as it will help to develop tools to support students with disability in the online learning environment.

    The survey will close on Friday 30 October.

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    Zoom Top Tips

    ADCET is developing a range of content that aims to support disability practitioners as their roles change due to the impact of COVID-19. This fact sheet contains some tips to help you get the most out of Zoom.  It aims to give you an overview of some of the functions and features available rather than give a step-by-step guide. 

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    Podcast 101

    By now, you’ve most likely heard of podcasts – those clever little bites of information on your favourite subjects, delivered right through your headphones whenever you want.

    Everyone’s got ‘their’ podcast now – but if you’re a novice looking to get into the listening game, you might not know where to start.

    Here’s our how-to guide on finding your new favourite podcast.

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    ADCET Newsletter: August #2 2020

    Welcome to our second newsletter for August. This week we were excited to release the Survey Report: Beyond COVID-19 - The impact of COVID-19 on disability practitioners in the tertiary education sector. This report will help guide our response, in partnership with the NDCO program, to support the sector. The survey highlighted what we already knew; Disability Advisors are brilliant. And during these challenging time despite struggling with disruptions, uncertainties, and new complexities within your role that your commitment to getting the best possible outcomes for students with disability did not waver.

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    Managing ZOOM fatigue

    ADCET is developing a range of content that aims to support disability practitioners as their roles change due to the impact of COVID-19.  One of the significant changes in our practice is meeting online with other staff and students. This has led to a new phrase 'Zoom fatigue'.  This content unpacks why we may be feeling this way and provides helpful steps to help us manage our online interactions.

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    ADCET Newsletter: August #1 2020

    In this edition, we highlight a couple of key activities that have been made possible with the extra funding we received from the Department of Education, Skills and Employment (DESE). The first is the fabulous guidelines: responding to the needs of staff and students with disability in COVID-19 return-to-campus planning for Australia’s tertiary institutions, thank you to everyone who provided feedback into the development of this resource. The guidelines have already been downloaded 370 times from our website. read more >>

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    Progress Bulletin — NCSEHE Equity Fellow Tim Pitman

    2020 NCSEHE Equity Fellow Tim Pitman provides an update on his Fellowship 'Supporting higher education students with disability: with a focus on regional, remote and rural students'.. This Equity Fellowship examines how universities can best support students with disability, especially those who come from regional, rural and remote Australia. These students not only study in regional universities, they also relocate to cities, or study online.

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    NCSEHE 2020/21 Research Grants Program

    The successful projects to be funded under the 2020/21 NCSEHE Research Grants Program have been announced.  There are 17 projects in all, two with a focus on students with disability: Re-imagining exams: How do assessment adjustments impact on inclusion?; and, Investigating the relevance of mental health for the current equity groups framework using multi-agency linked-administrative data.

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    Pathways15 Online: Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities

    The Australian Tertiary Education Network on Disability (ATEND) and the Australian Disability Clearinghouse on Education and Training (ADCET) invite you to collaborate with us to ensure that people with disability can equitably access, participate and achieve their goals in tertiary education and subsequent employment.  We are confident that the sponsorship levels available represent excellent value and an opportunity for you to connect with a large online audience of stakeholders. We trust that you will find a sponsorship option that fits, however should you wish to discuss bespoke sponsorship packages, please contact the organisers.

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