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Showing 10 out of 25 resources for: Disability
MI TALENT (2022)

A report providing strategic insights into the UK’s technical workforce in higher education and research, including demographic / EDI data and EDI recommendations

Technicians data BAME LGBT+ Disability EDI Strategy recommendations
UCL Press (2020)

Ableism in Academia provides an interdisciplinary outlook on ableism that is currently missing. Through reporting research data and exploring personal experiences, the contributors theorise and conceptualise what it means to be/work outside the stereotypical norm. The volume brings together a range ...

Disability
University of Nottingham (2021)

The reasonable adjustment passport is an optional tool for staff and acts as a live record of adjustments agreed between the staff member and their line manager.

Disability Reasonable Adjustments Staff
Gov.UK (2021)

A set of profiles highlighting common barriers users face when accessing digital services and tips for designing services everyone can use.

Disability Accessibility
Microsoft (2021)

This topic gives you step-by-step instructions and best practices for making your PowerPoint presentations accessible to people with disabilities. When your slides are accessible, you unlock your content to everyone and people with differing abilities can read and use your slides. You learn, for exa...

Disability Accessibility
University of Nottingham (2021)

This page is designed to help you check, fix and track elements of your sites accessibility. Have this tool open during development stages, or when making the next significant update to your platform or site.

Disability Accessibility
Gov.UK (2021)

Step by step guidance on how to do a basic accessibility check for websites and webpages.

Disability Accessibility
Worcester County Council (2021)

SCULPT came out of research conducted within Worcestershire County Council. It is our answer to educating our whole workforce to become inclusive digital practitioners when creating documents and content. We use each letter of SCULPT for Accessibility as our minimum standard for creating accessible ...

Accessibility Disability
University of Nottingham (2021)

STEMM-CHANGE is delighted to publish a report which proposes comprehensive ways to eradicate the widespread language of exclusion commonly used in employment processes. This work aims to help the huge numbers of people from under-represented groups who are put off applying for jobs and career pro...

Recruitment Language Unconscious Bias Gender LGBT+ BAME Disability
University of Nottingham (2021)

Reverse mentoring is when a senior member of staff is mentored by a more junior member of staff. This approach has been used to facilitate learning and development and to improve competence in a variety of fields. The ReMEDI approach has adapted this process to help with improving equality, diversit...

Mentoring BAME LGBT+ Disability Women