Inclusive teaching

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The university, like all institutions, is in a constant state of change, sometimes slow, sometimes faster, but always changing. One of the most noticeable changes of recent years has been the increasingly ‘diverse’ nature of the student body and the increasing expectation that these ‘diverse’ students should not have to mimic ‘mainstream’ students in order to have to succeed at university. The resources collected here provide information, discussion, techniques and research that focus on the issues of ‘diverse’ students.