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Inclusive and Accessible Learning and Working in a Post Covid World
What are the expectations of disabled students post Covid and how can we meet and exceed them? How have your disabled staff fared during the pandemic and how would they like to be able to work in the future? 

On Tuesday 19th July 2022 at 1pm BST, AbilityNet and the University of Greenwich will discuss how to create inclusive and accessible learning and working environments moving forward from the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Covid-19 has changed the way universities and public sector organisations work, and accessibility and inclusion of all staff is increasingly becoming a high-level topic.

The webinar will cover:
- How Covid-19 has impacted the experience and expectations of disabled students and staff in Higher Education settings.
- A playback of the findings from the recent Disabled Students UK report “Going back is not a choice” which surveyed disabled students from 69 institutions.
- Discussion around student and staff experiences and some of the initiatives and approaches that can help increase accessibility and inclusion.
- Q&As with the panellists. 

Meet the panellists

University of Greenwich - Dr Melanie Thorley has worked within the disability sector of further and higher education since 1998.

AbilityNet - Amy Low, Service Delivery Director, leads the workplace, education and free services teams.

Everyone who registers will receive an email linking to the recording and supporting materials.

Jul 19, 2022 01:00 PM in London

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