Inquiries & Outcomes: University of Wolverhampton’s work to support disabled students.
- University of Wolverhampton, Wulfruna Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1SB. Millennium City building, room MC331
- 6 May 2008 12:00-15:00
Disability Equality Partnership
The University of Wolverhampton warmly invites you to their seminar as part of the DEP seminar series celebrating and sharing their work to support disabled students in Higher Education.
Enabling Higher Education
The findings shared here focus on disabled students pre-conceptions and actual experiences of university with the aim of exploring aspects of good practice and areas for further development.
Presenters: Suzanne Charles & Liz Southern.
Addressing Accessibility: Dyslexic students and paperwork
The findings of a small scale research project have led to the development of a visual, verbal and aural facility to be made available through the University web site to further support the needs of dyslexic students.
Presenter: Liz Norton.
Developments in supporting BSL teaching: how E-Pebblepad can facilitate BSL learning and reflective skills using webcam
This research supports the wider aims of visual formats positively impacting on the learning experience of disabled students.
Presenter: Rebecca Fenton
There are 40 free-of-charge places available for this seminar and these will be allocated on a strictly first-come-first-served basis. You should await confirmation of a place before attending.
- Contact Name:
- Liz Southern
- Contact Telephone:
- 01902 322848
- Contact Email: