Judy Singer, a sociologist with Asperger’s syndrome, has been credited with coining the term “neurodiversity.” The idea of neurodiversity considers a student’s learning differences but also moves beyond those difficulties and argues that there are variations in humans, just as there is bio-diversity in any particular animal species, and these variations may have some benefits.
The amount of required reading you encounter as a university student can sometimes seem overwhelming. However, don’t despair, as there are things you can do to make the reading process more efficient and increase your understanding of the literature. For example, don’t try to read articles or books from beginning to end if your time
Text to speech software enables you to hear text on the screen read aloud. It can be an extremely useful tool for all students, particularly those with learning difficulties. For example, you can use text to speech tools to help improve your writing. Just activate the function on your Mac or PC to listen to
Positive Action is a governmental measure under the Equality Act 2010 that allows universities and other organizations to take action to alleviate disadvantage experienced by certain groups. For example, those with learning difficulties may have reasonable provisions available to them based on their needs. Reasonable provisions could include a number of resources that support students