In this first briefing you get to meet the team and we share with you some of the background to the project.
We share a case study of a student co-creation project exploring perceptions of disability during the admissions process and find out about why research for widening participation matters to you!!
Please share this briefing with colleagues and find ways of learning and working together for widening participation!
27th June 2016, 14:00-1600:
We are facilitating a workshop as part of the Festival of Learning exploring the challenges and opportunities for educational equity in the region. Bournemouth, Poole and surrounding region face significant challenges when it comes to supporting those most in need to access and succeed in education. These challenges are being tackled by dedicated experts working hard to support disadvantaged learners to engage in a variety of education settings. We are inviting experts working in the field of education and equality to come together and share experiences and skills to find sustainable solutions to the region’s major education challenges. We want grassroots solutions to grassroots challenges facing the region. This approach will enable targeted and tailored responses that work with the unique challenges of education and social justice in a diverse rural and coastal region. Book a place and join in!
11th July 2016: 10:00-14:00:
Visible Students/Invisible Needs We are inviting colleagues from all faculties and professional services to come an join us to learn about our research find ways to embed widening participation more across the whole institution. To book a place, email Alex on (email@example.com)
For more information about the Fair Access Research programme email, Vanessa (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Clive (email@example.com)
To download the Fair Access Briefing click here.