Digital Accessibility

What is Accessibility? Accessible means something is usable by as many people as possible, regardless of their cognitive, physical or cultural situation. Accessibility can mean many different things to different people, as the students in these videos explain.

Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2021

Thursday 20th May 2021 is Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD)   See the resources below and take some time during the day to listen, think, share, learn or do something to support digital access and inclusion   Why? We have

Decolonising the Curriculum workshop

Open Day.

This workshop will allow departments to determine what is considered ‘central’ in their learning and teaching environment, giving the opportunity for diverse voices and experiences to be explored in their courses, whether in design or delivery.

Degree Outcomes and the Curriculum workshop

Summer Degree Ceremony.

This workshop will help departments explore why students of particular identities or demographics may be performing differently, and examine some of the underpinning factors within learning and teaching for these disparities.

Supporting Transition and Developing Belonging workshop

Supporting Transition and Developing Belonging workshop

This workshop will explore factors of transition that contribute to student engagement with HE, navigate key findings from research about student belonging and transition and give participants a tangible framework for transition work within their curriculum.

Curriculum Transitions 23-08-19 – a summary of discussion

Curriculum Transitions 23-08-19 – a summary of discussion

Our first Curriculum Transitions event took place in August 2019. A panel of secondary school teachers representing A-level biology, chemistry, physics, psychology, and maths, and BTEC applied sciences and health and social care, were joined by staff from across the

Patterns Beyond Labels workshop

Patterns beyond labels header.

This workshop will enable participants to develop their inclusive learning and teaching practice in a way that is meaningful, practical, and sustainable.