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    Research opportunity: Transition to university for students on the autism spectrum

    Alison Nuske (PhD candidate in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences at Flinders University), is seeking students on the autism spectrum who would like to take part in a short interview about their experiences of transition to university in Australia in 2018 or 2019.

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    Survey: Supporting students with disabilities to succeed in and after higher education

    NCSEHE Equity Fellow Tim Pitman is currently seeking survey respondents for his 2020 project on supporting students with disabilities to succeed in and after higher education. Tim wants to hear from students with disability as well as staff working in higher education institutions, regardless of whether or not their job role involves supporting students with disability.

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    2020 Review of the Disability Standards for Education 2005

    Throughout 2020, the Department of Education, Skills and Employment (the department) will be reviewing the Disability Standards for Education 2005 (the Standards).

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    ADCET Newsletter: May #2 2020

    In this newsletter we showcase our latest Podcasts, Transition Pedagogy and The Best Chance For All with Professor Sally Kift and our second in the series, ADCET crosses the ocean: Access & inclusion in Tertiary Education, Post-COVID-19. David Swayn, NDCO for Northern Queensland has written a blog for us, Higher Education Employment Outcomes and Students with Disability. This thought-provoking and informative article analyses data from 2019’s graduate outcome survey. Enjoy the read. And make sure you register for our webinars Online, but off-track 2018 - Vision Australia  and Microsoft's Reading Support with Immersive Reader.  read more >>

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    ADCET Newsletter: May 2020

    This newsletter provides information about two upcoming webinars: Transcribing and captioning content with Echo360 and 2018 Vision Australia Report: Online, but off-track.  As well as the latest news, events and jobs in the sector. read more >>

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    ADCET Newsletter: April #3 2020

    We continue to update the information on the COVID-19 pages and hope you are finding the information of value. Thank you to many in the NDCO program for helping us with these pages.

    We are embarking on a series of Podcasts called ADCET Crosses the Ocean. In the first podcast in this series we talked to Jamie Axelrod at Northern Arizona University who was the former President of AHEAD and heard how they are coping with the significant changes. read more >>

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    MISRed stigma and discrimination project

    The aim of the project is to undertake consultations to inform a national stigma and discrimination reduction strategy, with a focus on mental illness that is poorly understood in the community. While we understand that not everyone uses these diagnostic terms, for the purposes of this project, ‘mental illness that is poorly understood in the community’ refers to schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, psychosis, and personality disorders. We are using these terms because we wish to emphasise that the focus should not be on anxiety and depression. The project is funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health.

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    COVID-19 — Resources for the higher education sector

    The National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE) has created a web page with essential resources to support effective higher education delivery during, and beyond, the COVID-19 pandemic.

    This collection of open access research, resources, articles and case studies is applicable to emerging issues in university learning and teaching.

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    2020 NCSEHE Research Grants Program

    The NCSEHE invites proposals from high-quality researchers and equity practitioners to conduct policy-relevant research aimed at supporting and informing student equity in higher education.

    Funding for several research projects is available through a competitive selection process. It is anticipated that the majority of grants will be for between A$30,000 and A$40,000, although other amounts may be considered.

    Grants will commence in August 2020 and should be completed within 12 months (no later than October 2021).

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    Carers in Higher Education Survey

    This survey is part of a project funded by the National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education’s 2019/20 Research Grants Program - it is for people who have studied at an Australian university while providing unpaid care and support to family members (of origin or choice) and/or friends who have a disability, mental illness, chronic condition, terminal illness, an alcohol or other drug issue, or an older person with care needs. 

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