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Inclusive-Learning @York

Welcome to Inclusive-Learning@York. We offer guidance and practical tips for academic staff on inclusive teaching, learning and assessment. Developing inclusivity is an open, reflective process and these resources are designed to support you on your journey.

"The University is committed to developing inclusive learning, teaching and assessment practices which recognise and celebrate the diversity of the student community, benefiting all our students. This is central to the University ethos, empowering all students to gain the most they can from their education at York and to play their fullest role in society." Professor Tracy Lightfoot, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Teaching, Learning and Students, October 2020

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Find out more about Inclusive-Learning @York 

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Guidance on developing inclusive practice and links to further reading and resources.

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Our current projects

Find out more about areas of our current work.

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Reflective Questions

Supporting inclusive learning, teaching and assessment.

Get involved

See this page highlights some ways for both students and staff to get involved with the work of the Incluisve-Learning team. Watch this space for employability opportunities, upcoming events and discussions and new communications.