- UDL Principles
- Career Service
- Disability Support Staff
- Exams, Records, Fees and Financial Services
- International Office
- IT Services
- Library Services
- Mature Student Office
- Peer Support
- Sports and Recreation
- Student Counselling and Health
- Student Union Services
- General Inclusive Guidelines
Specific guidelines to support inclusive practice for those involved in Library Services:
Do I guide students through the resources available in the Library building and website?
Do I ensure that texts are available online, where possible, to allow students access when they are off campus?
Do I know if the academic publishing platforms we use are accessible?
Do I ensure that faculty can upload reading lists to a system with ease?
So that they are available online and are plentiful prior to commencement of teaching
Do I provide learning opportunities and experiences to allow students to develop their transferable skills in digital and information literacy?
Do I identify collections and information resources that are available in multiple formats and outputs to provide ease of access to library collections?
Do I know how to get an alternative format document for students who need one?
Have I eliminated technological and physical barriers to access for library spaces, services and collections?
Have I considered digital accessibility in my documents and communications?
Do I provide library spaces and technologies that facilitates multiple modes and outputs of learning?