Remote Learning in Higher Education

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Disability Rights Advocates is investigating the experiences of higher education students who are denied disability-related accommodations for remote learning.

We would greatly appreciate if you would complete the following survey if you have confronted access barriers in remote learning.

If you would prefer to share your experiences via email or phone, please contact Jess Miller-Suchet by email at jmiller-suchet@dralegal.org or by phone at (510) 665-8644.

Survey: Remote Learning in Higher Education

Disability Rights Advocates (DRA), a non-profit law center in Berkeley, California, is investigating the experiences of higher education students who are denied disability-related accommodations for remote learning. The questions below ask about your personal experience with requesting disability-related accommodations before and after your college/university began remote learning. This survey is entirely voluntary - feel free to share only to the extent you are comfortable. Your personal information will not be shared with anyone outside of DRA. We will look at trends in responses, and may contact a handful of people to follow up regarding your experiences, but any information you share with us (on this form or otherwise) will be kept strictly confidential. This survey should only take 5-10 minutes to complete, and will help us in our effort to ensure that all students who need disability-related accommodations are able to thrive in college and beyond. If you would prefer to share your experiences via email or phone, please contact Jess Miller-Suchet at jmiller-suchet@dralegal.org or (510) 665-8644. For more information on Disability Rights Advocates and our work, visit www.dralegal.org. Thank you!
Have you ever been instructed/counseled to withdraw from a class instead of given accommodations?
Have ever been forced to withdraw from a class instead of given accommodations?
Has your college/university transitioned to distance learning in response to the coronavirus?
Have you been denied accommodations for the new online learning style?
During distance learning, have you been placed on an involuntary/mandatory leave of absence that was at least in part for a mental health or disability-related reason?
Prior to everyone moving to distance learning in response to the coronavirus, were you ever denied remote learning accommodations such as recorded classes, attending via video call, etc.?
Have you ever experienced excessive wait times for accommodations?
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