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2022/23 External Collaboration Projects

Course Design and Digital Learning Approaches

Co-led by Peter Fossey (ADC), Jess Humphreys (ADC), and Lucy Chilvers (University of Brighton)

This project proposal explores the potential that technology can play within the course design process to create an inclusive and accessible experience for both staff and students. Building upon the experiences of support within this area from both the University of Brighton and University of Warwick, the project seeks to develop an insight into how digital tools can be used in course design.

Understanding Disability in UK HE: A Student-Centered Approach

Co-led by Jagjeet Jutley-Neilson (Psychology) and Helen Coulshed (King's College London)

This project will co-create a short flexible, open-access disability learning programme for students and staff at the universities of Warwick, KCL, and York, to help raise awareness and challenge misperceptions about the lived experience of disabled students. This programme's aims, content, and delivery will be co-designed with disabled students' lived experiences and student researchers.

Interdisciplinary Co-Creation Approaches to Trauma Informed Student Self-Care

Co-led by Helen Nolan (Warwick Medical School) and Jennifer Potter (Harvard Medical School)

This project proposes the development of student co-created learning resources to promote and develop individual student and peer-to-peer self-care skills and wellbeing. This project will enable sharing of emergent good practice and provide novel opportunities for cross-institutional peer learning.