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Enacted Assessment of Disability Support: A “Lived” Method for Assessing Student Life
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|Title:||Enacted Assessment of Disability Support: A “Lived” Method for Assessing Student Life|
|Authors:||Wrobbel, E. Druff|
post secondary education
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa -- Center on Disability Studies|
|Citation:||Wrobbel, E. D., Vanslette, S. & Eickhoff, T. (2015). Enacted Assessment of Disability Support: A “Lived” Method for Assessing Student Life. Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal, 11(1).|
|Series:||vol. 11, no. 1|
|Abstract:||How does an institution assess the experiences of only one one-thousandth of its overall population? And how does it assess something as non-discrete as “student experience”? In the on-going efforts to assess the quality of life for mobility-impaired students on a mid-sized residential campus, the authors built upon focus group research that identified areas of both success and shared concern by developing a novel form of video-based assessment utilizing split-screen analysis. This analysis was neither especially time-consuming, nor especially expensive, nor particularly difficult to conduct, yet produced immediate, valuable, and useful data. |
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