SIHO develops guidelines and materials to help higher education institutions put inclusive higher education into practice.
MoodSpace is a place for students. Packed with reliable information, tips and self-help tools to tackle emotional problems or to help you study confidently.
The e-learning programmes include useful tips & tricks on how to make your policies and practices more inclusive.
Inclusive mobility tools
The research report, booklet with policy recommendations and inspiration guide.
Webinars Inclusive Universities
The webinar series shed light on several topics closely related to current policies and practices in post-secondary education around the topics of inclusion and universal design. Consult here the presentations and recordings.
Database assistive technologies
SIHO has developed a database that provides a handy overview of technologies that can be used to respond to the specific needs of students with disabilities.
Roadmap is an online, interactive and personalizable guidance tool that supports students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) within higher education.
Through the Book-a-Book application, SIHO makes digital versions of textbooks easily available for students with disabilities studying in Flanders (Belgium).
Guideline Universal Design
The guide 'Universal Design' provides specific and useful tips and tricks for teachers and service employees to implement universal design principles in practice, immediately and effectively.
SIHO developed information sheets for common functional limitations that include facts & figures, points for attention, tips and links to more background information.
Five students with a disability testify about their experiences, dreams and ambitions. The video portraits were assembled in a short documentary.
SIHO and LINK developed portraits about international mobility. Students testify about their experiences.
SIHO publishes in-depth contributions in its monthly newsletter. Here you will find an overview of in-depth contributions.