#574 Wave: Accessibility evaluator

Since 2018 there has been legislation and guidelines introduced to direct web content to be as accessible as possible and new guidelines were introduced. One […]

Opportunities for Learning

Norman Rockwell's 1964  “The Problem We All Live With.” ICONIC 1963 PAINTING ON LOAN FROM PERMANENT COLLECTION OF NORMAN ROCKWELL MUSEUM Last week EDEN held […]

Learning to read the world through other eyes

I’ve just come across this booklet as part of the reading on the PGCEi at the University of Nottingham. It’s a brilliant open access resource […]

Is Unconscious Bias Relevant to REF 2021?

Universities are preparing themselves for the biggest shake-up in the way the quality of their research is evaluated since 2014. The Research Excellence Framework 2021 […]

Becoming inclusive, promoting equality, embracing diversity: why are organisations interested

There continues to be discussion, programmes and training about equality, diversity and inclusion. Without appropriate awareness of these matters and how to deliver solutions to […]

Practical Steps for Promoting Equality in the Workplace

Embracing diversity at work helps create an inclusive culture. It encourages staff loyalty and shows commitment to good business ethics. From compliance to leadership, we […]

TEL:US Podcast with Dr Maren Deepwell, Mary Krell and Dr Tamsin Hinton-Smith

Dan Axson and Kitty Horne caught up with Dr Maren Deepwell, CEO of ALT, Mary Agnes Krell, Senior Lecturer in Media and Film Studies and […]

America’s educational system is an ‘aristocracy posing as a meritocracy’

America’s educational system is an ‘aristocracy posing as a meritocracy’ : America’s educational...

TEL Seminar on ‘Technology and Education: opportunities and challenges for equality’

The latest in the TEL seminar series will be on Friday 17th May, 12.00 – 13.30 in the Jane Attenborough Studio, Attenborough Centre for the […]

Time to Think

As part of my new role at Coventry University Online I have been exposed to the world of the ‘Thinking Environment’. This is, in essence, […]

Crazy Eight

Is it just me or is every year a “big year”…? Well 2018 marked a decade of blogging by yours truly, and that alone is […]

Battle scars

There’s an ugly trend on Australian television that’s been going on for quite a while. I hoped it would fade away but it only seems […]

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