The Pandemic and Teaching Practice: thoughts on subtitles and accessibility

Check out my blog for History UK on why subtitles are a crucial part of the way that we can retain and embed accessibility into our learning in the long term. Pandemic Pedagogy 2.0: Coreen McGuire – The Pandemic and Teaching Practice: thoughts on subtitles and accessibility https://www.history-uk.ac.uk/2021/02/04/pandemic-pedagogy-2-0-coreen-mcguire-the-pandemic-and-teaching-practice-thoughts-on-subtitles-and-accessibility/

Making Women Count in Disability History

‘Women in history have been made meaningful through the efforts of a generation of historians who have (and continue to) work in innovate ways to reveal previously concealed histories. I continue in this tradition by highlighting the ways in which women matter to disability history…’ To read more check out my blog post for theContinue reading “Making Women Count in Disability History”

Hidden In Heritage

2-3PM (GMT) Virtual Event with Jaipreet Virdi OBJECTS OF CONCEALMENT AND POWER Early modern hearing devices were grand feats of mechanical ingenuity. Some were built to be as large as a house; they were hardly practical, or personal objects for aiding hearing. By the nineteenth century, the design shifted and hearing devices were designed to beContinue reading “Hidden In Heritage”