[community] Studies / statistics regarding low-vision / blind student trajectory in STEM education
talilief at gmail.com
Sun Aug 20 15:52:22 UTC 2017
This recent background paper on low vision users may lead you to something
more specific to your question.
It was presented at ASSETS 2016 and is still available under open access
How People with Low Vision Access Computing Devices: Understanding
Challenges and Opportunities
Sarit Felicia Anais Szpiro Shafeka Hashash Yuhang Zhao Shiri Azenkot
On Fri, Aug 18, 2017 at 1:22 PM, Hung, Jonathan <jhung at ocadu.ca> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> A question came up in a meeting and I'm wondering if anyone in the
> community knows of a study or a resource for this.
> We're looking for an organization or research that studies the trajectory
> and persistence of low vision and blind students through K-12 (and beyond)
> in the area of STEM education.
> If anyone knows of any leads, please let me know.
> Incidentally, if anyone knows of related studies in STEM persistence but
> in the area of cognitive and learning differences, I'd be interested in
> that as well!
> - Jon.
> Jonathan Hung, Inclusive Designer
> Email: jhung at ocadu.ca
> OCAD University
> Inclusive Design Research Centre
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