Three ways to promote inclusion and student voice in the classroom

Inclusion can take place in lots of ways in a school setting. Technology can really help with this and in this post, I’ll share three […]

Speaker reflections from the Learning Technologies barcamp on inclusion

Our ninth barcamp event was held on 12 February 2020. As with previous events it was held at the end of day one of the […]

Determining if Technology Simulations Are Inclusive

Have you ever questioned whether the simulations you use in your classroom reflect the diversity of your students? This is a relevant topic at Arizona State […]

Do Men And ‘Gamers’ Benefit More From VR In Their Learning?

By Henry Kronk, eLearningInside News. This article was originally posted at news.elearninginside.com Instruction using Augmented and Virtual Reality (ARVR) has been gaining steam in undergraduate […]

Some thoughts on inclusion ahead of our Learning Technologies Barcamp 2020

On 12 February we will be running our Learning Technologies barcamp event. It takes place at the end of the first day of the Learning […]

Create an Inclusive Environment: Two Quick Resources for the Busy Instructor

Photo by Nathan Dumlao on Unsplash Arizona State University's charter statement is a powerful reminder that we are here to create an inclusive learning environment for our students. […]

“L&D can’t hold the responsibility for the expectations around learning” – a review of the Charity Learning Consortium conference 2019

Editor's note: Our review of the Charity learning Consortium Conference, held in London on 14 November 2019.

“What comes after unconscious bias” – New e-learning intervention

Marshall E-Learning and Dan Robertson from Vercida Consulting are delighted to announce the creation of a new training programme “Becoming an Inclusive Organisation”, which was […]

Inclusion in Online Biology Simulations

Online textbooks and simulations have become commonplace in online courses. However, there is an increased need to review online content from an "inclusive lens". More […]

Creating More Inclusive Workplaces: Pathways for Progress

While decades of research has effectively made what might be called the business case for greater diversity and inclusion in the workplace, it seems many […]

A New Semester Begins

Palm Walk, Arizona State University, Tempe Campus. While Fall is not in the weather for Arizona, the Fall semester has arrived on campus! As we […]

Hate At Schools - An Infographic

Source: ASIDE 2019 Larger PDF Image Our students often ask us, "Why we can't end hate?" We only wish we had a definitive answer. It's […]

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