There is a large body of research about inclusive practice in higher education. The list below is not exclusive but suggests a few places to start.
As the research tends to focus on specific student groups we have categorised it in this way, e.g. support for disabled students. However, it is crucial to remember that students’ identities are complex – for example, a disabled student is unlikely to feel defined by their disability alone and this is likely to intersect with other factors such as age, gender and race. Although certain groups do have specific requirements, it is important to not categorise students in simplistic ways. Furthermore, very often if you improve teaching and learning for a specific target group, it improves the experience for all students.
We have included links to practical guides and reports as well as reference to at least one book and one journal article for each topic. If you have a resource you would like to include, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org