Disability in graduate education: Examining the role of self-regulated learning and the psychosocial aspects of student experiences

By Newsha Ziaian-Ghafari (PhD Candidate), Queen's University Faculty of Education

Information requested Description
Research participation information and requirements
Description of study

You will be asked to answer survey questions about your psychosocial and learning experiences as a graduate student.

Participant requirements Graduate students with and without disabilities enrolled in a Master's or Doctoral program for any field of study
Length of time of study Phase one: Approximately 25 minutes
Other information

Participants who submit a completed survey will be included in a random draw to win a $25 electronic Amazon.ca gift card. For every 100 survey participants, an additional random draw will be done for the chance to win a gift card.

Supervisor/Co-supervisor information

Supervisor: Derek H. Berg

For questions about the survey please contact:

Newsha Ziaian-Ghafari

If you consent, you may also be asked to participate in an individual interview with the researcher to have a more in-depth discussion of your experiences.

If interested in participating, please follow this link to the survey.

This study has been reviewed and received ethics clearance through a University of Waterloo Research Ethics Committee.