Key guidance about inclusive practice
Inclusive Teaching and Learning in Higher Education as a route to Excellence
Published 2017- outlines expectations for HEIs use of inclusivity in response to reduction in DSA funding
Inclusive Curriculum Design Guides
Generic and subject specific
What Works? Student Retention and Success programme
Final report of project with 13 universities across 43 disciplines
Universal Design for Learning A Best Practice Guide
Good practice compiled from across Europe following a project funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union
The UK Quality Code for Higher Education
“By means of inclusive design wherever possible and by means of reasonable individual adjustments wherever necessary“
Information about disability and reasonable adjustments
Disability legislation: practical guidance for academic staff (revised)
How to apply disability legislation to different areas of teaching
Managing reasonable adjustments in higher education
Guidance for planned and anticipatory adjustments
The social model of disability
Disabled people discuss what it is and what it means to them
Activity specific resources
Supporting an inclusive learner experience in higher education
Resources, activities and assessment
CAST is a nonprofit education research and development organization that works to expand learning opportunities for all individuals through Universal Design for Learning
Website including research and resources
Using multimedia to enhance the accessibility of the learning environment for disabled students: reflections from the Skills for Access project
“Reasons why a holistic approach to accessibility may be the most effective in ensuring that multimedia reaches its full potential in enabling and supporting students in learning”
Oxford Brookes 'Virtually Here' Workshop
Virtual reality is not just for fun but has many uses around Brookes
Supporting online students
Identifies barriers to online learning and makes suggestions
Making scientific content accessible
Technology strategies for studying
Methods to produce flexible and accessible learning resources in mathematics
Guidelines for software set-up and writing documents
Disability specific resources
PCs and autism, learning difficulties and Visual impairments
Embedding mental wellbeing in the curriculum: maximising success in higher education
“takes account of the links between mental wellbeing and learning in ways that can help to maximise success for all”
How technology can help dyslexic learners help themselves
Includes top tips to help learners help themselves
Supporting STEM students with dyslexia
Includes recommendations for inclusive practice to enhance learning for significant proportion of students
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Government Equalities Office and Equality and Human Rights Commission (2013) Equality Act 2010: guidance, Available at: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/equality-act-2010-guidance (accessed 11 January 2015).
Higbee, J. L. and Goff, E. (2008) Pedagogy and student services for institutional transformation: Implementing universal design in higher education. Minneapolis University of Minnesota: Centre for Research on Developmental Education and Urban Literacy.
Hockings, C. (2010) Inclusive learning and teaching in higher education: a synthesis of research. Available at: https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/system/files/inclusive_teaching_and_learning_in_he_synthesis_200410_0.pdf (downloaded: 19th November 2016).
Křčmář, K (Editor). (2018) The Inclusivity Gap. Inspired by Learning. Available from: https://www.inspiredbylearning.eu/
Rose, D. and Meyer, A. (2008) A practical reader in universal design for learning. Cambridge: MA: Harvard Press.
Sloan, D., Stone, S. and Stratford, J (2006) ‘Creating engaging, accessible multimedia for learning’ in Adams, M and Brown, S. (eds.) Towards Inclusive Learning in Higher Education: Developing Curricula for Disabled Students, Abingdon,Oxon: Routledge, pp. 129-142.
Taylor, M., Duffy, S., and England, D. (2009) ‘Teaching students with dyslexia in higher education’, Education + Training, 51 (2), PP139-149, Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/00400910910941291 (accessed: 16.07.2012).