In addition to this platform of digital tools, the InclUDE project partners have also developed a set of resources that can be used by teachers, students, administrative staff at higher education institutions, social service providers in education to create a more inclusive learning environment. For more information about these materials, visit this website.
InclUDE report: Use of online accessibility tools in higher education
Between October and November 2021, as part of the InclUDE project, a survey was carried out on the initial situation with regard to the target groups' level of knowledge about accessible tools for online teaching. The findings report identified prominent trends in the use of accessible online teaching tools at universities in Austria, France, the United Kingdom and other European countries.Report in English | Report in French | Report in German
Technical guidelines for inclusive digital university teaching
This technical guide is intended as a clear and simple step-by-step guide to making online courses more accessible.
Technical Guidelines in English | Technical Guidelines in French | Technical Guidelines in German
Inclusive Consideration Guidelines for Digital University Teaching
This didactic guide is intended to be a valuable tool that supports teachers in making their online lessons more inclusive.
Inclusive Consideration Guidelines in English | Inclusive Consideration Guidelines in French | Inclusive Consideration Guidelines in German
Inclusive Consideration Guidelines Concise in English |
InclUDE recommendations for inclusive digital higher education
These recommendations were developed throughout the project period and are based on the insights gained from the individual surveys on the use of online accessibility tools in higher education and from focus groups or individual interviews with teachers, students, administrative staff at higher education institutions and social service providers in the education sector were acquired. Together, these recommendations are intended to show political decision-makers at EU and national level, universities and their staff, students and social service providers in the education sector a clear path for a more inclusive and barrier-free design of digital education. Read the recommendations in English here.