The BU Additional Learning Support (ALS) Department has recently launched a research hub. The ALS Research Hub will conduct research projects across varying topics usually with a particular emphasis on higher education and student learning. Keep an eye on the latest projects via their blog:
This week is Dyslexia Awareness Week, and the British Dyslexia Association are focusing on the theme #21stCenturyDyslexia. For more information, including how to get involved, visit: www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/events/view/name/dyslexia-awareness-week-1-7-october-2018
Thanks to Steevie for highlighting this extraordinary story on BBC about an inspiring lady and her positive journey as a wheelchair user. Watch her making her wheelchair scuba-dive into art, and more.
Thanks to Steevie for sharing this very funny lady….
Thanks to Gill for sharing this video by BU student Tobias, “Never Will I Die” – enjoy!
We want to empower autistic people to lead their own research addressing issues that are most important to the autistic community. That’s why we are launching our Charles Sharland Grant Scheme for Autistic Researchers. This scheme will support autistic people with little or no research experience take their first step into an autism research career.
Thanks to Steevie for highlighting this.
Thanks to Chris for highlighting this brilliant animation: