Inclusive, accessible learning

Case Study: Sway

Creating engaging and accessible learning resources with Sway. Amy Edwards-Smith, Lecturer School of Community Health and Midwifery Challenge Delivering to Foundation Entry students is a unique, but in my opinion, particularly rewarding experience. The variety of individual needs and experiences the students have, require a learning environment whereby students can tailor their development opportunities. I wanted …

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Case study: Teams and OneNote

Delivering an inclusive learning experience ‘at a distance’ Jane Fitzgerald – Lecturer, School of Sport and Health Sciences Inclusive learning and teaching ensures equity and fairness to all and means taking account of, and valuing, students’ differences within mainstream curriculum, pedagogy and assessment (Hockings 2010); means that any element of the course – teaching methods, …

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Case study: Surface Pro and Relay

User friendly notes and Lecture Recording Author:  Angela Brzeski  –  Senior Lecturer in Teacher Education, CELT Challenge To record supervisions and professional discussions I have used a mini recorder. To take notes of meetings I attend, I have used my i-pad. I found that the i-pad was not user-friendly for work purposes. I could not …

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