Reading lists are an important representation of the legitimised ideas theories and perspectives that dominate within a discipline and subject area. Reading lists guide student reading choices which raises the question about alternative or marginalised perspectives. This session presents work being done by a cross-disciplinary working group to support academic schools to incorporate more diverse schools of thought and authors within their reading lists and to include professional services academics and students in this process. The session illustrates the procedures necessary to bring this about lessons learnt and resources created by the working group that can inform future work.
Teaching and Learning Conference 2019: Diversity Mark: Collaborating towards an inclusive curriculum
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