This case study from the University of Tasmania - "Planning and Support for Teachers of Students with Vision Impairment" looks at two main issues : 1.The development of a planning mechanism to maximize an inclusive teaching and learning environment for students with vision impairment. 2.To provide assistance to University staff that would enable them work and communicate effectively with students with vision impairment.
A well-written article which discusses the principles of universal design in relation to teaching and provides examples of good practice. (Burgstahler, S. 2013. Seattle: DO-IT, University of Washington).
Creating an Accessible Curriculum for Students with Disabilities. An excellent guide to help academic staff reflect on all aspects of their teaching practices from providing information for prospective students to daily teaching practices in lectures, tutorials, laboratory sessions, field trips and useful assessment strategies. This was developed in the UK but is equally applicable in Australia.