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Universal Design and Disabled Students: From Inclusion to Excellence

Prof. Alan Hurst
Skill: National Bureau for Students with Disabilities, UK


Specialist disability staff in universities in the UK  consider that their biggest challenges  when trying to ensure that disabled students are fully included originate in lack of access and participation in classroom activities,- in learning, teaching and assessment. Some progress has been made towards minimising the challenges through the introduction of the idea of universal design as a fundamental principle when course are designed and delivered. Having introduced this, the keynote presentation will go on to consider in greater detail what universal design means, especially for members of Faculty. It will move on to consider three other factors which can assist in promoting and developing universal design: the need to comply with anti-discrimination law, the importance of maintaining and enhancing the quality of education for disabled students, and the key role of effective staff training and continuing professional development.

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