Conference Week 4

UDL – the next steps / Future steps for inclusive learning

The webinar took place from 13:00-14:30 on Wed 23rd June 2021 with Brian Lutchmiah as host to an international panel of UDL experts:

Jennifer Pusateri, Co-Chair UDLHE, University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY, USA
Dara Ryder, CEO AHEAD, Ireland
Stephen Harper, Northern Ireland Adviser to NADP, Ulster University 
Valerie Van Hees, The Support Centre for Inclusive Higher Education (SIHO), Belgium
Judith Jansen, Expert centre on inclusive education (ECIO), Netherlands
Martine Hoefeijzers, CINOP, Netherlands
Professor Deborah Johnson, Disabled Students’ Commission

Please note: the views, information, or opinions expressed during the conference are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of NADP. 

Please contact the NADP Office for copies of slides, transcript etc.

Biographies of our host and presenters for week 4

Presentation Videos

For on-demand viewing – available from Monday 21st June 2021.

Mental health of disabled students

Video Transcripts

How can disability practitioners support the development of inclusive practice across their institution? Professor Jane Seale, The Open University

From reasonable adjustments to inclusive practice. John Harding, University of Cambridge.

COVID lockdown and disabled students: the move to a 100% online environment at English HEPs (March 2020). Dr Ivan Newman

UDL and decolonising disability services. Rachel Davies, De Montfort University

The mental health of disabled students as working conditions change. Mette Westander, Disabled Students UK


On-demand listening – In conversation with our partners and colleagues.

Episode 7: In conversation with Harriet Cannon from the Association of Autism Specialists in Higher Education (AASHE) (podcast and transcript)