Bringing inclusive design into built environment education

Author: CIC

Date published

1 July 2017

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Bringing inclusive design into built environment education

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Date published

1 July 2017

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CIC

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CIC

This CIC teaching and learning guide illustrates the key issues in terms of improving knowledge, skills and understanding in the creation of an inclusive built environment.

The guide draws on the current work of the Design Council, previous work of the CEBE (the Centre for Education on the Built Environment) at the Higher Education Academy, and educators in the UK already embedding inclusive design into the education of built environment students. 

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