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Inclusive Learning and Teaching


'For me, the most exciting thing in learning and teaching [has been]... the growing recognition that academics and students share a collective interest in meeting the challenges of developing our learning environment to be more accessible for all students. The enthusiasm to meet these challenges has been universal and has led to an explosion of exciting projects that are making significant contributions and really make this year stand apart.'

Richard Kelwick, student




The Inclusive Learning and Teaching Project ran from November 2007 to July 2010. The key outputs are:

What is Inclusive Learning and Teaching?

What it is:

What it isn't:


If you have any queries, would like a paper copy of The Inclusive Learning and Teaching Handbook, or have feedback on the Handbook please contact Marie Evans, Learning and Teaching Services.

email : Marie Evans

More student comment:

To watch students talking about what spaces and connections they value to support their learning and teaching, in a number of languages, look at the Good Practice Blog.

'To create a University of Sheffield learning culture which enables all our students, from whatever background, to achieve their full potential'.