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About the Survey
With this survey, Amberscript wanted to identify how the COVID-19 crisis has affected the digitalization of learning resources and to which degree these resources are digitally accessible to students with auditory impairments.
By asking students about their learning experience directly, we hope to shed some light on the current degree of accessibility at the majority of European universities and we hope to raise awareness around the topic of inclusion.
Between August and November of 2020, Amberscript has surveyed 350 students from 175 universities in 15 countries in Europe.
The survey consisted of 15 questions, out of which 12 were multiple choice and 3 were open questions. The questions were sent via email to our database of students from the selected universities.