The project team would like to acknowledge the following people that have contributed to the development of this resource:

EA Draffan (Emptech) and Peter Rainger (Key2Access) for their work on the Teaching and Learning Environments Matrix and their identification of challenges associated with student activities, which enabled the team to move the focus of SCIPS away from student disabilities to one of challenges associated with learning.

The ten Chairs of the pilot Subject Benchmark Statements chosen for this project, who met with the team on two occasions throughout the life of the project and provided very useful feedback.

Tessa S. Alexander for producing the SCIPS database to our specification in such a timely and satisfactory manner.

Some of the information regarding accessible teaching methods has been taken from the University of Strathclyde Teachability Project.

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