How to design visual learning resources for neurodiverse students

How to design visual learning resources for neurodiverse students
Over a decade ago, a group of autistic individuals coined the term neurodiversity in an attempt to redefine their identity. With this term, autistic individuals asserted their right to be liberated from the bounding shackles of negative expectations.
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How to ensure your university’s application process is accessible

How to ensure your university’s application process is accessible
Digital technology is becoming increasingly crucial in higher education and has revolutionised the way students apply, study and interact with a university. As an example, recent developments have seen paper admissions dropped in favour of streamlined and adaptable online application portals.
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The business case for hiring autistic team members

The business case for hiring autistic team members
Viola Sommer is Head of Operations at Auticon, a company which employs adults on the autistic spectrum as IT consultants. She explains how autistic adults' distinctive cognitive abilities can make them genuine assets to a UK IT sector gripped by a skills shortage.
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Rob Parker, October 26, 2015

in Admissions, Accessibility

How to create an accessible applications portal

How to create an accessible applications portal
Digital technology is crucial in higher education and has revolutionised the way students apply, study, and interact with a university. As an example, recent developments have seen paper admissions dropped in favour of streamlined and adaptable online application portals. In instances like this, technology makes the university experience simpler, more intuitive and more effective for students.
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