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General Inclusive Guidelines

General Inclusive Guidelines


General inclusive guidelines

  • Providing visible, precise and timely knowledge and information to students and staff through a variety of channels 

  • Being open and accessible to all, both physically and digitally 

  • Using clear language which is easy to understand

  • Planning courses and workshops for the diversity of students and staff, remembering the principles of flexibility and variation

    • How are you presenting the information?

    • Are there alternatives for images or text?

    • Is the language used clear?

    • Are there options on what methods individuals may use for assessment? Essay, PowerPoint, video?

    • Have you made the task goals clear?

    • Is there an opportunity of individuals to self-assess?

  • Being clear about roles and responsibilities for those involved in a task

  • Encourage and nurture an environment which is inclusive and respectful to all

    • Promote culture learning and sharing

    • Make inclusion a key management approach

  • Actively involve students and staff, and other key stakeholders by asking for feedback and suggestions on how your office / department may become more accessible and inclusive

Universal Design for Learning