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Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology ; 36(4):643-643, 2021.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1585155
Annals of Behavioral Medicine ; 55:S448-S448, 2021.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1250464
Journal of Enabling Technologies ; 2021.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1254986


Purpose: This paper aims to report process findings of two online inclusive research projects with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). It includes a discussion of the potential benefits and barriers of online inclusive research and its impact on the future of inclusive research. Design/methodology/approach: Two researchers describe the transition of their inclusive research projects from in-person to online formats and highlight how they operationalized the principles of inclusive research throughout these transitions. Findings: Potential benefits of inclusive research include enabling participation of research participants with IDD when in-person methods are not safe or feasible, increasing participant control of the research environment, stimulating participants’ online skill development and reducing geographic and support barriers to participation in research. A barrier to participation in online inclusive research includes people with IDD’s lack of access to online spaces and Web-enabled devices. Additionally, people with IDD have support and communication needs that are not always accommodated by online skills training and access to the internet. To conclude, inclusive researchers need to develop skills and reflexivity specific to online research environments. Originality/value: Inclusive online research with people with IDD brings unique ethical and methodological challenges that have not been well explored in the literature. Engaging people with IDD in research using online tools expands the terrain of inclusive research, opening possibilities for even greater inclusion and participation. Inclusive abstract Two researchers could not do their research studies because of the pandemic. They did them online. The studies were with people with disabilities. Being online can make it easier for people with disabilities to be a part of a study. They can choose how to be a part of the study. They can also learn more skills. Being online can be hard for people with disabilities. Some do not have a computer or smartphone. Some do not know how to use them. Researchers may not know how to help people with disabilities to be a part of an online study. © 2021, Emerald Publishing Limited.