5 November 2010

£100 prize draw!

Calling all deaf people aged 18 - 28 in Scotland!

Researchers at the University of Edinburgh are doing a survey to find out about young deaf people's lives. If you are deaf or partially deaf, aged 18 - 28 and you went to school in Scotland, they are asking you to fill in an online questionnaire.

The questionnaire is in English and in British Sign Language. Your name will be entered into a £100 prize draw if you complete the survey. The questionnaire is online at www.deafachieve.org.uk

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Email from Martha Whiteman at the University of Edinburgh:

My name is Martha Whiteman, and I am a researcher on the Deaf Achievement Scotland project, working alongside Rachel O'Neill of the University of Edinburgh, and Professor Marc Marschark from the National Technical Institute for the Deaf in Rochester, USA. Our project aims to follow up a group of deaf children who were first studied in an earlier study, the Achievement of Deaf Pupils in Scotland study, which ran from 2000 - 2005.

In this part of the study, we are trying to reach all deaf and partially deaf 18-28 year old people who went to school in Scotland to find out what they are doing now and how they felt about their education. The questionnaire is online at www.deafachieve.org.uk

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