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On 25 May 2022, Plymouth Institute of Education ran an international webinar, ‘Matters of “access” and “disability”: exploring and affecting systemic and cultural change in and for...Continue reading blog post
How might higher education providers make assessment more inclusive? The potential of Universal Design for Learning
Covid-19 resulted in a major interruption to routine assessment custom and practice in higher education. This interruption has placed higher education providers (HEPs) at a crossroads where they...Continue reading blog post
Nothing about us without us: Urgent changes needed in HE inclusive practice to address widening participation failures
Widening participation (WP) has been a dominant discourse in education policy for more than 20 years. Its original and continued core aim has been to improve higher education (HE) participation of...Continue reading blog post
Co-developing inclusive and accessible e-learning resources: Placing disabled and neurodiverse student voices at the centre of our practice
What is required to support disabled and neurodiverse university students into meaningful, work-based opportunities? A consultation undertaken through the University of Plymouth’s Office for...Continue reading blog post
The disabled students’ allowance (DSA) is a grant designed to remove barriers and improve participation in higher education of students with disabilities. The objectives of the policy are...Continue reading blog post
Many individuals who have a disability, chronic illness and/or neurodivergence can decide what they disclose, be that whether or not they share that information or how much detail they provide...Continue reading blog post
Creating the conditions for inclusion: How the Writing Café is facilitating accessibility for disability through mutuality and empowerment
Within higher education (HE) there are specific power dynamics that can be attributed to institutionalised intersectional inequality (for example lecturer-student hierarchy, social class and...Continue reading blog post
Over the past five academic years, the number of UK students with a declared disability has increased by 46 per cent, today making up almost one in five home students (OfS, 2022). This increase is...Continue reading blog post
This special issue of the BERA Blog aims to push higher education towards a new ecology that embraces the values and voices of disabled students, and places inclusion and equity at the forefront...
BERA is pleased to issue a call for applications for a new grants scheme supported by use of the Brian Simon fellowship fund. These grants are made possible due to a gift from the family of Brian...
An exploration of existing statistical data relating to staff equality in UK higher education