There have been considerable changes in post-secondary environments due to COVID-19 over the past several months. As a result, students have had to rapidly adjust to new online modes of academic instruction and unexpected isolation measures.
In an impactful new project, researchers in Carleton's School of Linguistics and Language Studies are seeking to understand how COVID-19 related changes are affecting the academic and social experiences of autistic students, with the ultimate goal of supporting and retaining autistic students under rapidly changing conditions.
Join us on Thursday, October 22, 2020 for an interactive virtual event: COVID-19 Effects on Experiences of Autistic University Students. Professor Natasha Artemeva and PhD candidate Jacquie Ballantine will highlight their research plans and goals, answer your questions and share information about how to participate.
Date: Thursday, October 22, 2020
Time: 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Location: online, via Zoom (a link to access the virtual event will be extended to all registrants closer to the event date)
This project is designed as a partnership and collaborative effort with the autistic community that will adopt a community-based participatory research approach. The researchers are looking for autistic post-secondary students and/or autistic or non-autistic instructors to participate in the study and share their perspectives and lived experiences. Learn more or get involved.
Human Computer Interaction Building
1125 Colonel By Drive