Learn more about Inclusive Teaching and Learning

On this page, we provide lots of resources and 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, and accessibility. These materials can be of interest to both students and staff.

The Trinity Accessible Information Policy sets out a formal commitment by Trinity that information should be available in an accessible format, without discrimination against those with print disabilities. compliance with national and EU policies.

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Trinity Disability Service

The Trinity Disability Service seeks to empower disabled students to achieve their potential and, in collaboration with students, engage the University community in creating an inclusive transformational environment and provide a platform for innovation and inclusion.

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A co-operative movement by disabled students in Trinity College Dublin toward radical inclusion. Their website offers a wide range of materials and information.

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The Towards Inclusive Clubs and Societies Project aims to support the development of clubs and societies that are inclusive to disabled people. It provides a checklist, guidelines and training videos to help clubs and societies improve their inclusivity and accessibility. A great resource for anyone seeking to be inclusive in their student engagement.

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Trinity Students and Staff: Gateway to Digital Assessment

The Gateway to Digital Assessment, developed by Trinity Academic Practice, is a resource hub offering a space for both staff and students to connect, reflect and learn more about how to make full and effective use of digital assessment strategies. Particularly insightful is the Student Perspectives page where you can hear from students themselves on their views and experiences of a range of digital assessment approaches.

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Useful External Resources

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HSE Guidlines on Communication

Click here for HSE guidelines on communication, including "Communicating with a person with intellectual disabilities", "Communicating with a person who is hard of hearing or Deaf" and much more.


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Click here for guidelines on Easy-to-Read material. Easy-to-Read powerpoints and documents are very beneficial for presenting information to those who may have intellectual disabilities. They allow for a better learning process and help towards more meaningful participation.


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