The following list provides links to a variety of helpful resources:
- The Open University - disability - helpful information for students and for supporting students
- UWE disability advice - covers general information on supporting disabled students
- UWE wellbeing - contains information on general mental health issues
- Mind - includes mental health resources; drugs, treatments, tips and legal rights
- Higher Education Academy - inclusive learning and teaching in Higher Education report
- The National Autistic Society - education information at every stage for students with autism
- Working with deaf students.
(University of Strathclyde 2000 – 2005)
This is an online resource pack aimed at academics to help them review their curriculum design and delivery and ensure it is accessible as possible. It is hoped that upon closer examination, it will become apparent which elements can be revised thus removing or reducing inadvertent barriers which prevent disabled students from successfully participating in their chosen programme of study. A fully accessible curriculum means that only minimal and infrequent adaptation needs to be made for individual students depending on the nature and extent of their impairment or (even better) access requirements. Eight booklets are available on-line.
- Appendix 1: Undergraduate Blackboard Courses - Button Names
- Appendix 2: User agreement for audio recording of lectures on personal devices
- Appendix 3: UWE library services alternative formats: information for faculty
- Appendix 4: Duty of care - guidance notes for staff
- Appendix 5: Crisis Response Plan