Inclusive practice is an approach to teaching and learning, which seeks to ensure that all students have:
Digital accessibility is a key component of inclusive practice. Find out more about how to make your course digitally accessible on our Digital Accessibility page.
Learning takes place within a learning space. These learning spaces can include;
Digital tools can increase student access to formative and summative assessment, and to important feedback. You can use the functions available within Blackboard to set up assessments in the form of:
Inclusive materials meet accessibility needs through their design and the mode of delivery. Using the university’s Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) you can produce accessible course content.
Using the University’s lecture capture tool you can record lectures while you are giving them. You can also use the desktop recorder to make videos or narrated presentations any time that suits you. The software will also allow you to stream yourself live. Using Panopto means that:
Please contact Dr Cath Camps (Academic Manager - Curriculum design) if you would like to explore further any of the issues raised here.