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The purpose of Rich Exchanges is to bring together colleagues and students from across the University, providing opportunities to share, reflect and discuss examples of best practice.

This is delivered via:

  • Learning and Teaching Conferences- these themed conferences are currently held twice a year and feature brief presentations from staff and students, with a key note speech delivered by an external guest.
  • Seminars- Presenters from the conference are given the opportunity to host hour long seminars in order to expand on the topic their covered in their presentation. More information can be found below.
  • Idea of the month- Anyone can submit an example of good practice in the form of a written article which is published monthly in WLV Insider and the Rich Exchanges webpage.

Conference 2018

The Students' Union and College of Learning and Teaching will be co-hosting the

Formulating Excellence in Inclusive Learning and Teaching Practice Conference

on Friday 16th February 2018 

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 This conference is open to all staff at the University of Wolverhampton.

The day will explore the current issues around inclusivity and deliver a program that will empower academic staff to incorporate inclusivity in their teaching. It will also identify how technology can be utilised to assist with inclusive teaching.

Speakers include Mike Adams OBE, Dr Annie Hughes, Kingston University, Alistair McNaught, JISC and Dr Stephanie Brewster, University of Wolverhampton.


If you would like to attend the event then please book via the following link:

 Download the programme (PDF 369K, Downloads file)

Formulating Excellence in Inclusive Learning and

Teaching Practice at the University of Wolverhampton

Millennium City Building, Wulfruna Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1LY

Friday 16th February 2018 

9.00- 9.30            

  Arrival & refreshments outside MC001




Welcome and opening address: 

Dr Phil Gravestock, Dean of the College of Learning and Teaching, University of Wolverhampton 




Keynote address 1:

Creating an Inclusive and Disability Confident University

Mike Adams OBE, Chief Executive Officer, Purple. 

10.45-11 .00

  Tea & Coffee




Keynote address 2:

Kamal Mohamed and Beatrice Carey, Senior Curriculum Consultants and Dr Annie Hughes, Head of the Diversity and Inclusion Centre, Kingston University


  Discussion session 1






Keynote address 3: 

The art of invisibility in teaching and learning   

Alistair McNaught, Subject Specialist (accessibility and inclusion), JISC




Keynote address 4:

Demystifying inclusive teaching and learning

Dr Stephanie Brewster, Institute of Education, University of Wolverhampton


  Discussion session 2 (Tea and Coffee)





Dr Anthea Gregory, Deputy VC (Academic) University of Wolverhampton and Anisah Khalid, Academic Officer, University of Wolverhampton Students’ Union




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