There are various groups, services and advice pages offering support and guidance surrounding accessibility at the University of Bath. Please find a list of these below: Disability Service – The University’s Disability Service can provide advice and support for applicants
Blended Teaching Delivery
Integrating TEL into Curriculum Design
A TEL checklist to support the effective use of digital technology for the improvement of teaching and learning.
Accessibility+ Toolkit External Training
Share this page How long? Mini MOOC – This Moodle course could take up 1 month or less, it depends of the time you spend on each module. Zoom Workshop – Each session has a duration of 1 hour. 1:1
Accessibility+ Toolkit FAQ
Themes Support the Needs of all Learners Accessibility and Inclusivity Guidance Accessibility+ Toolkit: Teacher Guide Accessibility Tookit+ screencast [coming soon] Digital Accessibility Hub Copyright information Bath Baseline UK Professional Skills Framework Contacts For advice on Accessibility Toolkit+ to enhance learning,
What is it? The Accessibility+ Toolkit is a tool to help staff to identify and fix accessibility issues in their Moodle based content. The new toolkit complements and runs alongside Ally to enhance the digital accessibility of all courses in
Recording your sessions in GTA spaces
Share this page What do we mean? IPL: In-person learning (the term generally used for a face-to-face, on campus session) Further information Top tips and ideas for teaching in-person sessions Re:View FAQs Teaching Capture Policy Support for Hybrid We do
Share this page What do we mean? Alternative Formats – content accessible in a different format from the original. Examples are audio, large print, Braille files. Assistive Technology – specialist IT equipment and software to help increase productivity and improve
Quick Wins For Blended Delivery
A selection of ideas for good practice in learning and teaching as highlighted and supported by feedback from students.
Top ten tips for encouraging good online etiquette with your students and supporting the needs of all learners across the cohort.