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Despite the presence of people with disabilities in higher learning institutions, facilities provided for both accommodation and classrooms prove to be ineffective in fulfilling their expectations. However, the existing measures have tended to be rigid and unable to incorporate the ever evolving user experiences from constantly enrolling students in public campus buildings. The paper is premised on the notion of social inclusivity of the built environment in public universities through user experiences, measured through a qualitative lens.

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This page is a summary of: Mobility challenges and experiences for students with disabilities in Tanzania universities: dealing with a social inclusion nightmare in property management, Property Management, January 2022, Emerald,
DOI: 10.1108/pm-09-2021-0068.
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