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    Mindful Employer Program

    Employees in every industry will be affected – directly or indirectly – by a mental health problem at some point in their career. Around one in five Australians experience a mental illness every year. There is an impact on families, friends and work colleagues too. Becoming a Mindful Employer can help you create a positive and supportive workplace, and help avoid the costs of not responding appropriately to mental health problems.

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    Pathways 10: Introducing the…‘Toolkit For Staff

    Pathways 10 2010: Joanna Bell and Samantha Berglin

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    Report: Higher Educators Advancing the Disability Standards - Universities online Project

    HEADS-UP (Higher Educators Advancing Disability Standards – Universities online Project) is a consortium of agencies which has developed an e-learning resource for Australian universities to ensure they are aware of and meet their obligations under the DSE. The resource consists of a suite of eight interactive lessons which were evaluated for effectiveness at the University of Canberra and the Australian National University. The final product is freely available to all Australian universities. (2012. Author: Kilham, Chris; Zilber, David; Christian, Mark) 

    NOTE: the actual HEADS-UP resource is no longer available.

    Download: Project Report
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    Teachability: Creating Accessible Curriculum - UK

    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.

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