Focusing mainly on engineering & the
built environment, the aim of the DART Project
was to enhance the experience of disabled students by enabling institutions,
faculties, departments, and individual members of staff to assess
their current level of provision - in relation to learning and teaching
- as it affects disabled students, and by offering clear guidance
on how to make the curriculum more accessible.
The DART Project officially
ended on December 31st. 2005, having achieved all of the objectives
originally set out in the project plan, and agreed with the funding
The primary outputs of
the project are:
* Twenty-Five student
Case Studies. These can be accessed on the
of this website.
* The DART
Auditing & Diagnostic Tool. This provides access
through a searchable database to a wealth of advice and guidance
on providing a more accessible curriculum and meeting the needs
of disabled students.
The project team are continuing
to build upon the successes of this project.
News concerning ongoing
activity will be posted on the website ar regular intervals.
Last Updated: January