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  • Article

    Universal Design for Learning. A Best Practice Guideline - Ireland

    These guidelines (developed in Ireland) outline UDL principles and address a wide range of readers, with different experiences, roles, attitudes and ideas about how to address student diversity.  There are seven guidelines that discuss important aspects of introducing UDL as a key concept for creating inclusive learning

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    Mental health conditions toolkit - UK

    The aim of this toolkit is to help staff to support students with mental health conditions in universities. The toolkit provides information which can be used by all university staff to increase knowledge, understanding and confidence, in order to help students maximise their academic potential.

  • Video

    Using Read&Write at University

    A number of short videos showing how Read&Write can be used in the university setting.

  • Article

    Table 4: ‘To-do list’ (blank)

    How to transition to tertiary education. Helpful hints for people with autism spectrum disorder - Table 4.

    Download: Table 4 (doc)
    Download: Table 4 (pdf)
  • Video

    Webinar: Mainstreaming Captions for Online Lectures in Higher Education in Australia

    This webinar was hosted by ADCET and the Australian Tertiary Education Network on Disability (ATEND), in partnership with the National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE) in November, 2017.  Presented by Mike Kent and Katie Ellis, Curtin University. The presentation reports findings of NCSEHE funded research assessing the usefulness of captioned recorded lectures as a mainstream learning tool.

    Download: Transcript
  • Video

    Making an accessible video

    This video, from The DO-IT Centre, USA,  describes key elements to consider when making a video, so that it is accessible to all viewers. This includes captioning, audio description, and pre-production techniques and considerations.

  • Video

    Webinar: Equity in VET and mental ill health

    This webinar was hosted by ADCET and the Australian Tertiary Education Network on Disability (ATEND) in October, 2017. Presented by Bryan Winnett.  This presentation explored Bryan's development of vocational training courses for students who have experienced mental illness, and are often in varying degrees of recovery. Bryan talked about a short ABC Documentary produced by one of his student group with assistance from ABC Open.

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  • Video

    Webinar: Juggling feeling capable and different: A grounded theory of studying at university while living with mental ill-health

    This webinar was hosted by ADCET and the Australian Tertiary Education Network on Disability (ATEND) in October, 2017. Presented by Dr Priscilla Ennals. This presentation reports on a grounded theory study that used a participatory framework to explore the experiences of university students experiencing mental ill-health. While between 20 and 25% of university students are estimated to experience mental ill-health, little has been understood from the perspectives of students themselves about their experiences and the impacts of their ill-health on their studies.

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    Dear Dyslexic

    The Dear Dyslexic Foundation works to be the leading organisation in Australia that improves life outcomes for people 16 and over with dyslexia, their families and the broader community.  There goal is to:  reduce stigma and encourage those with dyslexia to seek help, through education and awareness; provide equitable access to evidence-based service, support, advice and advocacy; use and adapt to advances in technology; and, develop strong strategic partnerships and sound corporate governance.

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    SensusAccess

    SensusAccess is a self-service, alternate media solution for educational institutions. SensusAccess allows students, faculty, staff and alumni to automatically convert documents into a range of alternate media including audio books (MP3 and DAISY), e-books (EPUB, EPUB3 and Mobi) and digital Braille. The service can also be used to convert inaccessible documents such as image-only PDF files, JPG pictures and Microsoft PowerPoint presentations into more accessible and less tricky formats.

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