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Resources on accessibility, making a disability inclusive workplace, and individual disability support

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University links:

Equality & Diversity Unit (EDU) Disability pages

Information about the University’s support for disabled staff and initiatives to promote a more inclusive workplace.

EDU Disability support

Information for disabled staff, students and visitors and for those supporting individuals with a disability.

Reasonable adjustments for disabled staff

Information on reasonable adjustments, our legal duty and examples of good practice.

Disabled Staff network

The Disabled Staff Network is for staff with a disability or long-term health condition who work for the University, colleges or Oxford University Press.

Disability Reading List

A selection of resources to introduce staff and students to Disability Studies. The list gives resources on a range of topics from 'Disability in history' to 'Mental ill health'. The list was created by a team of staff from the Bodleian Libraries, College Libraries, and the Oxford Union Library. The Disabled Staff Network [and Oxford SU Disabilities Campaign] have been consulted in the creation of this list. This is an evolving list of resources with titles being added regularly. 

Website Accessibility training and communications

The Medical Sciences Division, University of Oxford is committed to making its website accessible, in accordance with the Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) (No. 2) Accessibility Regulations 2018. In this guide we cover the most common accessibility issues on Haiku websites and give pointers on how to avoid them.


University of Nottingham Toolkit for supporting disabled staff - Guidance on making reasonable adjustments (Document link).


External links and resources

Document(s) on this page may or may not be accessible.

Making your powerpoint presentations accessible for disabled people

This article gives you step-by-step instructions and best practices for making your PowerPoint presentations accessible to people with disabilities. When your slides are accessible, you unlock your content to everyone and people with differing abilities can read and use your slides.

Disability week 2019 reading list from Oxford Student Union

List of books about disability and/or by disabled authors.