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A quick reflection on inclusive service design from #A11yScotland
November 14, 2019 5:54 am by Anne-Marie Scott
Through Girl Geek Scotland I was lucky enough to be given a free ticket for the Accessibility Scotland conference on 25 October (in exchange for compering a lunchtime lightning talk session, which was a sheer delight and I very much got the better end of … Continue reading A quick reflection on inclusive service design from #A11yScotland
Simple icon depicting a blue flower. What gets lost in the fray
November 10, 2019 11:39 am by Open World
The blog post I wrote last week on the context, centrality and diversity of the Open Ed conference community sparked a lot more discussion than I expected, most of it on twitter, but also during a VConnecting session at the end of the conference. As might be expected, the decision to end the Open Ed […]
Open Ed: Reflecting on context, centrality and diversity
November 1, 2019 3:18 pm by Open World
This week, like many colleagues in the open education community I’ve been following the Open Education Conference. I’m not actually at the conference, in fact in all my years working in open education I’ve never been to Open Ed, but I’ve been following it on twitter, and as always, it’s been a thought provoking experience. […]

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An interview with Ben, a gay cisgendered man, about his experience of the healthcare system and how his identity has affected his treatment.
#InternationalMensDay

https://t.co/SSKAM90HL7

An interview with Sean, a gay cisgendered man, about his experience of the healthcare system and how his identity has affected his treatment.
#InternationalMensDay

https://t.co/MQcUqYxmgG

To celebrate #InternationalMensDay we're sharing excellent interviews from the open LGBT+ Healthcare resource: First up Austin's story a bisexual/pansexual trans man, about his identity and his experience of the healthcare system in the UK.
https://t.co/mXfgg1XRIG