Evaluating the Learning Setting and Identifying the Study Needs for Students With Visual Impairment at the University of Khartoum in Sudan
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The data in this research was obtained by interviewing 20 visually impaired students at the University of Khartoum, Sudan. The interview questions were designed to acquire information relating to the type of support the university staff is offering in order to help those students handle their study and overcome the problems they encounter during the course of their studies. The participants’ situation before joining the university was also investigated to verify the impact of support they may have previously received for their study during the university period. The study concluded that the level of support offered to those students was notably lower than what they were expecting to receive before they joined the university. It also became apparent that participants were very unsatisfied with the academic environment.
- Journal of Special Education Research
Journal of Special Education Research 4 (2), 29-37, 2016
THE JAPANESE ASSOCIATION OF SPECIAL EDUCATION