D/deaf Awareness Week 2021- Software to support your studies

This week is Deaf Awareness Week (3rd– 9th May), and to mark the week we are bringing together some of the freely available software and apps available to staff and students at Warwick which can support anyone who is D/deaf or hard of hearing. You can find out more about D/deaf awareness by reading the Disability Taskforces ‘Let’s talk about D/deaf awareness’ and the accompanying frequently asked questions.

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Dyslexia Awareness Week -Dyslexia and Higher Education

How much do you know about the reality and the experiences of having dyslexia while navigating higher education? In this post, Rebecca shares her experience, from diagnosis to finding the positives and using it as an advantage. It is Dyslexia Awareness Week, and we would like to share Rebecca’s reflection and tips with you, in the hopes we can bring awareness and make the university experience more accessible.

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Accessible Higher Education: How can I influence my course content to be more representative and inclusive?

Have you ever felt your course and curriculum syllabuses don’t always represent the diverse student population here at Warwick? Do you come up against privilege biases in perspectives, theories, models, texts and data that are taught? To think about your role in shaping how your curriculum is developed so that it is more inclusive and representative of genuinely diverse perspectives, Katie considers what is underway at Warwick to “liberate the curriculum”… By Katie Hall

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