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Students and staff are cordially invited to the 2021 online conference, Inclusive teaching and learning in higher education: theory and practice.

This conference, organised by the International Network of Inclusive Practice in coordination this year with CCTL and the DRC, will take place across the week commencing 21st June.

The event will focus on inclusivity in higher education from a disability perspective, with keynote speakers Professor Deborah Johnston (PVC Education, London South Bank University) and Associate Professor Jo Rushworth (De Montfort University).

A limited number of free places have been secured for Cambridge staff interested in attending any of the keynote or workshop sessions. All current Cambridge students may register for free.

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Session details can be found on Eventbrite. Please also see the conference programme.

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