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Neurodiversity, L&T: creating accessible materials

Please check out the Universities Inclusive Education Model

Learn more about the university of Warwick's inclusive education model, resources, and information for departments - click here to learn moreLink opens in a new window

Check out - the Digital Pedagogies Library led by Jessica Humphreys; includes staff shared examples of embedding digital pedagogy into everyday teaching. Click here to exploreLink opens in a new window

Check out the Wellbeing Pedagogies Library Led by Dr Elena Riva; includes co-developed resources by students and teachers to help embed wellbeing in the curriculum and wider student experience. Click here to exploreLink opens in a new window

The best place to start when looking at inclusive teaching and learning is adopting a "Universal Design for Learning"

Click here to learn more about Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

comic strip student quotes are from the Neurodiversity and Student Experience Project and the animation is prepared by Undergraduate Research Assistant Robyn Ellison

Click here to access a quick checklist for inclusive teaching and instruction university

After listening to students experience please consult the university guidance below
  • The Learning Design Consultancy Unit has created a quick Accessible and Inclusive Practice guide taken from the live student-led panel session "Hidden disability & online teaching: the student experience". This guide outlines information about seminars, lectures, moodle, being supportive, online lectures, recording lectures, teaching materials and assessment - please click hereLink opens in a new window
  • Consult the disability teams guidance here- Making your teaching inclusive 

Disability Services guidance on making your teaching inclusive

Click here to see the Microsoft Office Accessibility tool in Word and PowerPoint.

This document contains useful guidance for creating accessible PDFs.

Resources and fact sheets on creating accessible documents.

You can find more information about the University's web accessibility statement, guidance for authors and additional resources at this link.

Take a look at the IT Services guidance on accessibility.

(Information from disability services)Link opens in a new window

Staff Exemplars: co-produced departmental inclusive practice guidelines

Why not work on creating departmental guidelines on how to enhance inclusive practice? The example below is co-produced with students and staff,

Staff Exemplars

Moodle Design

Student engagement in curriculum design - peer evaluators

Why not add this resource to your moodle website - Dyslexia-friendly font google chrome plugin.Link opens in a new window

Giving instruction to students.

Inclusive classroomsLink opens in a new window

Creating accessible Word documents

Creating accessible online teaching materials and activities

Creating Accessible PDFs

Creating accessible PowerPoint presentations

Creating accessible audio and video