Looking for ways to make sure your subject is accessible to students with a disability? These stories and resources from UTS staff will point you in the right direction.
Understanding how your students feel is the first step to helping them feel comfortable and welcome in your learning environment.
Newcastle University's Professor Penny Jane Burke, a global leader in the field of equity in higher education, spoke with us on changing pedagogical spaces.
International Women’s Day is our chance to celebrate the achievements of women. The 2018 theme Press for Progress encourages us to discuss ways we can continue to push for gender equity.
What's it like going to uni when you're living with a disability? Our new series shines a light on the lived experiences of students who are doing just that.
Two members of the UTS community were recently featured on ABC Radio National to talk about how UTS is taking a zero tolerance approach to sexual harassment and assault in universities.
High schools in low socio economic areas, particularly in South West Sydney are developing exciting and engaging teaching and learning opportunities in schools.
When diversity in our future workplaces is envisioned, environments inclusive of disability and different access requirements often get pushed behind for diversity in areas such as age, gender and race. Despite disability intersecting with every community, when spaces such as workplaces aren't made physically and socially accessible, they exclude...