Learning Efforts and Experiences of Adult Students with Disabilities in a University SettingAmerican Association for Adult and Continuing Education (2010)
AbstractThis research investigated educated adults with identified disabilities and their learning efforts. It involved structured, in-depth interviews with disabled adults in higher education related to their attempts to learn on their own. Evidence of learning projects existed for each of the participants. All reported difficulties with finding the appropriate tools to improve their learning. A listing of specific techniques to assist their learning efforts was generated from the participants.
- learning disabilities,
- learning projects,
- self-directed learning
Publication DateFall October 28, 2010
Citation InformationDeborah K Sterner and Ezzard C Bryant. "Learning Efforts and Experiences of Adult Students with Disabilities in a University Setting" American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ebryantj/2/