Learner Survey: What would make your learning experience more inclusive, accessible, and flexible?
- What are the 3 biggest changes you would make to how you are taught and assessed on you course/programme to make it more accessible, inclusive, and flexible?
In your answers, you might consider teaching approaches, the types/ accessibility/ inclusiveness of learning materials, assessments, availability and formats of online material or anything else.
- What are the 3 biggest changes you would make to how supports and services are designed and provided at your university/college/centre to make them more accessible, inclusive, and flexible?
In your answers, you might consider supports and services like admissions, libraries, disability, childcare, counselling, IT support, learning support or any others.
- What are the 3 biggest changes you would make to the online platforms & digital communications used by your university/college/centre to improve how you access and use them?
In your answers, you might consider the main website, online booking systems, the virtual learning environment (Moodle, Canvas, Blackboard, Teams, Brightspace, Loop), assessment submission platforms, your email/SMS system or anything else.
- What are the 3 biggest changes you would make to the buildings and outdoor areas of your university/college/centre to reduce barriers and/or improve your experience?
In your answers, you might consider building access, social spaces, workspaces, prayer spaces, the sensory experience, toilets and changing places, signage, routes through the campus or anything else.
Survey responses will be collected, stored and destroyed in accordance with AHEAD’s Data Protection policy. AHEAD are a national collaborator on this project. The data will only be shared with project working groups tasked with identifying key themes. These key themes will be used to inform the development of the National Charter for Universal Design in Tertiary Education, and the associated toolkit for institutions. Anonymised comments may be used within published reports on this work, or in related presentations and campaigns, or funding reports about the project.
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