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Learn more about Inclusive Teaching and Learning

On this page, we provide some links to useful reading, podcasts, videos and training modules where you can learn more about inclusive curriculum and inclusive practices in teaching and learning. These materials can be of interest to both students and staff. See also the EDI Office Training page for more training opportunities

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Inclusivity resources for Trinity Students and Staff


  • Students: TiLT digital role-play games to address systemic and unconscious bias TiLT is a Trinity College Dublin start-up team working in conjunction with Dr. Anne Holohan, the ADAPT Centre and numerous trial partners. This diverse team of academics, designers and developers are working together to produce accessible, research-based training that addresses unconscious and systemic biases. These are embedded into a digital role-play game. The storylines and issues in the games come from research, but the characters are wholly fictional. Players enjoy the experience and gain useful knowledge, such as making considered decisions, monitoring own behaviour, avoiding making assumptions, and paying attention to biases that are discriminatory and therefore illegal.
  • Staff: Trinity-INC Professional Learning Module on Inclusive Teaching and Learning Practices The module is targeted to the needs of academic staff and all those who support teaching and learning at Trinity. The module is grounded in the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), and modelled on the AHEAD/National Forum for Teaching and Learning/UCD Digital Badge for Universal Design in Teaching and Learning, tailored to the Trinity context. In the module, participants explore UDL principles as a point of entry to identify wider strategies for enhancing inclusive practices in teaching and learning. The module is not intended to provide one way of doing inclusion, but considers that inclusive practice is adaptive, iterative, and highly contextual. We hope the module offers you a tool kit of suggestions to support reflection on your own teaching practices within your own context and discipline. Trinity staff interested in taking part in this 20-hour module, please contact
  • Useful Webinars

    Students' Perspectives

    Review the materials developed by the Trinity-INC Student Partner Programme

    Other Trinity Student Resources

    Other key Trinity links

    Key External Links

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