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Inclusive Higher Education at an Australian University: Perspectives of Students With Intellectual Disability and Their Mentors

Inclusive Higher Education at an Australian University: Perspectives of Students With Intellectual Disability and Their Mentors

This Fast Fact, based on a research study which is being presented at the Spring Research Summit, examines the inclusive higher education programs offered in Australia with a focus on one: the Up The Hill Project (UPTP). Researchers conducted interviews with students in UPTP and peer mentors, specifically looking at the topics of inclusive practices, working towards and achieving goals, mentoring experience, and development of skills. Results of the research study are featured in this publication.

APA Citation: 

Rillotta, F. (2019). Inclusive Higher Education at an Australian University: Perspectives of Students With Intellectual Disability and Their Mentors. Think College Fast Facts, Issue No. 21. Boston, MA: University of Massachusetts Boston, Institute for Community Inclusion.

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2019
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