Student Journey Mapping exercise: An inclusivity and accessibility mapping exercise of the University Student Life
Strand Lead: Dr Karl Thomas
Strand Aim: to develop an inclusive campus by auditing the University Student Services for inclusivity, accessibility, and report to improve services for Students with Intellectual Disabilities
- To enable ID students to participate in student life more fully.
- To identify obstacles to the full inclusion of ID students into the college community.
- To conduct an accessibility audit of services for first year students. To identify the blockages to successful transitioning for ID students into new learning environments.
- To use the audit to improve provide a report on the recommended improvements to the provision of inclusive and accessible services in the University.
- Provide an evidence-based report on the recommendations to create a roadmap for a fully inclusive campus.
- To develop an implementation plan for inclusive service provision in Trinity for ID students.
- Identification of the obstacles to full inclusion of ID students into the college community.
- Shared understanding of the obstacles to full inclusion.
- Evidence based report providing a roadmap for a fully inclusive community.
- Recommended improvements to inclusivity across the campus.
- Implementation plan for inclusive service provision in Trinity for ID students.
- Measure and improve student experiences.
- Increase operational efficiencies and cost savings.
- Increase student engagement and connections.
- Enable ID students to participate in student life more fully.
- Progress on accessibility improvements may be monitored.
- Assist first year students to successfully transition into Trinity.