|A poster designed by students at RMIT Vietnam aims to raise public awareness of support services for people with disabilities.—VNS Photo Xuan Huong
HCM CITY (VNS) — RMIT International University Vietnam on Tuesday launched its new service to support students and staff with disabilities at its Disability Resource Centre based at Saigon South campus.
The opening was done on the occasion of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities on December 3.
The centre provides a number of services such as general information and resources on disability, diversity and equality, dyslexia screening, equitable assessment arrangements, and course materials in accessible formats.
It will help students access educational technologies and learning strategies, as well as referral to specialist services. —VNS