Supporting inclusive practices in HE – incl. opportunities for development

A number of activities coming up around supporting inclusive practices: 

JISC Techdis online update: 
[‘The JISC TechDis Service aims to be the leading educational advisory service, working across the UK, in the fields of accessibility and inclusion’] ]
Update: 18th October at 13.00
repeated October 19th at 14.30  
Click on this link a few minutes beforehand to get settled in before the session starts:  
                                  All welcome!

Meaningful student engagement in Higher Education programme
‘The Higher Education Academy announces the launch of a new, year long programme to help HEIs [and FECs with HE provision – I’ve checked! :-)] enhance the engagement of disabled students in the design and delivery of learning and teaching.   The programme is open to ten HEIs [and FECs with HE provision] in England and Wales and will help institutions develop opportunities for disabled students to be engaged in dialogue and the decision-making processes related to their learning experience.’  Want to be a part of this programme?
More information[Deadline 27th October]

Want an opportunity to design applications to support disabled students?
Then have a look at this series of Widgets workshops  taking place in October and November at three northern locations (where’s Mansfield?)

InCurriculum conference 
27th October (alas, in London, but..)
[see attached:  Incurriculum Flyer 2]
Coming from the findings of a three year project concerned with developing new and inclusive approaches to learning, teaching and assessment in Higher Education.


About intouchwithhe

Keeping in touch with HE: for HE in FE / HE staff. Oriented towards: *Staff Development - esp. relating to teaching, learning and scholarship. *Supporting student transition to HE level study and their engagement / progression. *Policy updates that have impact on the sector. *Links to partners and partner activities (like the Higher Education Academy)
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