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Carol Rogers ShawFollow

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Main Conference

Type of Proposal

Roundtable

Abstract

A study of leaners with disabilities in postsecondary education moving from dependent special education K12 students to self-authored adult learners reveals complex disclosure and self-advocacy interactions with faculty, peers, and disability staff.

Keywords

disability, postsecondary education, emerging adulthood, self-authorship, disclosure, self-advocacy

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Disclosure and Self-Advocacy in Higher Education: Emerging into Adulthood with a Disability

A study of leaners with disabilities in postsecondary education moving from dependent special education K12 students to self-authored adult learners reveals complex disclosure and self-advocacy interactions with faculty, peers, and disability staff.