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Learning from Home During Covid-19: A Survey of Irish FET and HE Students with Disabilities

Language: EN

Posted by Lucia Iacovone

The aim of this research is to gather the views and experiences of Further Education and Training (FET) and Higher Education (HE) students with disabilities who are now learning, or attempting to learn remotely due to the impact of Covid-19. It aims to explore the challenges that students are facing in continuing to engage with their learning during this period and takes a closer look at issues affecting students with disabilities more specifically.

The findings in this report are the results of analysis of the survey responses of students across Ireland. The survey was disseminated through AHEAD’s general mailing list and social networks and through a series of direct mail requests to HE and FET practitioners in the network to share the survey with their students with disabilities.

Resource Author(s): 
AHEAD Ireland
Publication Date:
Tuesday, 5 May, 2020
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Type of resource: 
Studies and Reports
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