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Researchers at the University of Alberta are asking you to take part in an online research study. Your phone number or name will not be asked for. The study looks at how COVID-19 has affected the way people are connecting with each other. We are interested in your reading history and your social, physical, and emotional health. The survey will take 30 minutes. Please click on this link if you would like to take part.
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Impacts of COVID-19 on schooling

Considering the prolonged impact of COVID-19 on schooling and on the mental health of kids and
parents alike, the LDAC has decided to create a special section for info, strategies and resources for
parents and educators to better prepare students for the reality of continued online learning. Feel free
to check back from time to time, since this will be regularly updated. Take care!

Tip no.1: Website and apps

Tip no.2: Working/Studying from home

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LDAC Research Hub

''Looking for imformation about Learning Disabilities can be challenging. It's often hard to separate fact from opinion...''

Start your journey here

The LDAC Research Hub is a new curated resource, put together by a dedicated team of professionals who know and understand Learning Disabilities (LD). Whether you are a researcher, educator, parent/caregiver, or just somebody looking for more information about LD, you'll find what you need here.

We have gathered the summaries of 10+ years of Canadian peer-reviewed journal articles related to LD, and Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) as it related to LD, including bibliographic information.

Become informed and be aware ...

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