Inclusive teaching and learning - case studies of good practice

Plymouth University has an excellent reputation for its commitment to inclusivity. Our activities relate to promoting access, enabling academic success through inclusive teaching and assessment and ensuring that our graduates are able to benefit from their efforts in the world of work and in society at large. 

In order to continue to develop an inclusive and stimulating learning environment for our diverse study body, Plymouth University have funded a number of Inclusivity Development research projects looking at inclusivity across the student life cycle. These have produced the following:

1) A series of video case studies of staff and students talking about best practice in inclusive teaching and assessment

2) A series of written case studies where Plymouth University academics across departments have instigated inclusivity initiatives.