This survey invites you to share anonymously your experiences with dis/ability at Bryn Mawr College. The overarching goal of this survey is to begin to document and archive the experiences that students have on campus with accessibility, ableism, et cetera. The survey responses will be shared with our external accessibility review team and the Teaching and Learning Initiative, and will remain archived with the Pensby Center for Community Development and Inclusion. While our survey instrument records IP addresses, no names or other identifying information will be collected.
What structures, practices, and opportunities support and/or affirm your learning?
What structures, practices, and opportunities impede, disrupt, or preclude learning?
What has your experience been with access in the classroom?
What change(s) related to accessibility do you most want to see happen on campus?
What are aspects of Bryn Mawr that are inaccessible to you?
If you receive accommodations relevant to the classroom setting, how do you feel professors respond to your needs?
What do you wish professors knew about accessibility?
How has the community (students, deans, professors, etc.) at Bryn Mawr addressed accessibility concerns in social/academic settings?
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