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    Hi guys,

    I am doing my dissertation -undergraduate degree at the moment, I am doing my research on disability in higher education and methods of teaching. I am focusing in on disabled people's experiences on seminars, lectures and assessment methods. I need a few people to interview for this! It can be done via Skype, from any degree/university, just need to have a disability of some kind. Amongst these; learning difficulties, mental health difficulties etc. Anyone with ideas on how seminars at university can be improved/group work/teaching methods in lectures/lecture capture, also personal tutors and access etc. People who struggle with teaching methods at university, seminars/lectures/group work. Maybe having anxiety etc.

    Is anyone willing to participate please?? Interviews can be done via telephone or Skype, whichever is preferred!

    Thanks very much!

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