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The Journal of Inclusive Practice in Further and Higher Education (Winter 2017)

This edition of the Journal of Inclusive Practice in Further and Higher Education brings together a range of articles from academics, researchers and from disability and inclusivity practitioners.

Articles include:

  • Disabled Student Support for England in 2017. How did we get here and where are we going? A brief history, commentary on current context and reflection on possible future directions. Lynn Wilson and Professor Nicola Martin
  • Inclusive Teaching and Learning: What’s Next? E.A. Draffan, Abi James and Nicola Martin
  • Perspectives, Challenges and Opportunities: the Role of Assistive Technology Specialists within Universities in England. Gemma Holtam and Rob McLaren
  • Sisyphus vs Hercules: A Year in the Life of Implementing HEI Inclusivity Projects. Ivan Newman and Dr John Conway
  • Lecture Capture for Disabled Students: Asset or additional hurdle? Ros Walker and Rachael Whittles
  • Inclusively Enhancing Learning from Lecture Recordings. Professor Mike Wald and Dr Yunjia Li 
  • The Improvement of Silent Reading Strategies through SuperReading. Professor Francesca Santulli and Dr Melissa Scagnelli 
  • An investigation into Academic staff perceptions of the dynamics and relationship with the learning support assistant. Heidy Waywell
  • Part Two: Narrative Articles
  • It’s Just Good Practice Isn’t It? Reflections on the Journey Away from Disabled Students’ Allowances at the University of Leeds. Jenny Brady and Claire Flegg
  • Canine Assisted Learning: Exploring Perceptions of Disabled University Students. Is there Really a ‘Jack Effect’? J Faithful and C Atherton
  • Book Review: Justice for Laughing Boy: Connor Sparrowhawk - A Death by Indifference. Review by Nicola Martin
  • Article Review: Encouraging disabled leaders in higher education: recognising hidden talents. Review by Nick Chown