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Making higher education more inclusive: InclUDE online survey for students, lecturers and higher education professionals

To support the creation of the online repository and accessibility guidelines for lecturers the InclUDE project invite lecturers, higher education professionals, students and support service providers to complete their online survey.

The European Association of Service Providers is currently a partner in the Erasmus+ project, ‘Inclusive University Digital Education’ (InclUDE). Launched this year, the project aims to promote the accessibility and inclusivity of higher education institutions, including universities. To achieve this aim, the project will:

  • Create an online repository of free and open tools that can be used by lecturers and student to increase online accessibility.
  • Develop a practical, step-by-step resource that guides lecturers through setting up online teaching sessions that are accessible to a wide range of students.
  • Produce guidelines of considerations that can help lecturers to make their teaching scheduling and practice more inclusive.

To support the creation of the online repository and accessibility guidelines for lecturers the project partners invite lecturers, higher education professionals, students and support service providers to complete our online survey. The project will use the survey responses to understand participants’ current level of awareness of accessibility tools for online learning and identify useful tools that can be used by others to make their online learning practices more inclusive. The survey will also collect respondents recommendations on how to encourage the use of online accessibility tools in higher education institutions, which will be used in the development of a set of policy recommendation for relevant stakeholders.

The survey should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete and is available here in English, French here and German here. The deadline to complete the survey is 29th November.

For any questions please contact Rachel Vaughan, Operations Manager at EASPD.