This requires us to think deeply and purposefully about the design of our curriculum to ensure that it is representative of the diversity of students and provides equal access to the curriculum for each of them. The Liverpool Curriculum Framework uses the term “inclusivity” to encompass the broad activity of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI).
- Guide to Inclusive Curricula
- Online learning-webcams on or off?
- Creating accessible presentations for neurodiverse and disabled students
- Making a Word document accessible
- Making asynchronous video recordings accessible
Liverpool Learning Summit
Slides from recent talks at the CIE Liverpool Learning Summit on EDI include:
- Neurodiversity and Inclusivity Community of Practice An introduction to this CoP founded by Karen Welton (Plymouth College of Art) and Jennie Dettmer (University of Bedfordshire)
- Down the Rabbit Hole: Non-Linear Pedagogy from a Dyslexic Teacher Dr Gemma Ahearne shares her approach to module design. You can see more about her module in her case study here: Non-linear micro learning module design to improve dyslexic student experience: a case study
- Listening Matters - Innovative methodologies for institutional change Dr Emma Heron and Dr Helen Parkin from University of Sheffield share their inclusive approach to gathering authentic student feedback
- The Importance of Language in an Inclusive University Professor Miriam Dwek from University of Westminster reflects on the importance of language on a variety of levels in academia
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