Articles | Volume 53
https://doi.org/10.5194/adgeo-53-183-2020
https://doi.org/10.5194/adgeo-53-183-2020
14 Aug 2020
 | 14 Aug 2020

Access Anglesey 2018: Lessons from an inclusive field course

Jacqueline J. Houghton, Daniel J. Morgan, Clare E. Gordon, Alison Stokes, Christopher L. Atchison, Trevor D. Collins, Benjamin Craven, and Katy Willis

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Field courses can present significant challenges for students with disabilities. To better understand how to overcome these challenges we ran an accessible and inclusive residential field course for a diverse group of students. The most effective mitigations were the simplest and benefited the whole group: good communication of detailed information reduced anxiety, and alternative exercises for those unable to visit outcrops were designed to contribute unique data to a group enhanced inclusion.