Phase: In courses
Disability Standards for Education 2005 - Part 5: Standards for participation and Disability Standards for Education 2005 – Part 6: Standards for curriculum development, accreditation and delivery
Desired outcome 1. An inclusive learning environment.
Strategies Continue to ensure that the physical environment at the University is accessible especially in relation to planning new work and refurbishments. Review and continue to develop, where necessary, resources that encourage student independence
Review current guidelines regarding the development of learning materials – eg deadlines for preparation of course outlines, quality of materials provided for digitisation Audit quality of learning resources such as books of readings, commonly used videos etc
Promote the ongoing development of inclusive teaching strategies through greater cross Faculty/School/Element collaboration and information sharing activities
Further develop resources for academic staff about inclusive assessment practices for inclusion on Disabilities Service website Continue to resource Examinations and Timetabling to coordinate the alternative examination arrangements for students with disabilities centrally.
Responsibility Director, Campus Life
Director, Student Services Manager, Student Equity Services Academic staff Disabilities Service Officers Director, Flexible Learning and Access Services Manager, Student Equity Services Director, Flexible Learning and Access Services Manager, Student Equity Services Disabilities Service Officers DVC Academic PVC, Learning and Student Outcomes Director, GIHE Academic Registrar Head of the Secretariat Manager, Student Equity Services Manager, Student Equity Services Disabilities Service Officers PVC Administration Academic Registrar Director, Student Administration
By end of 2008
5 courses randomly selected each semester
By end of 2008
Griffith University Disability Action Plan: Final