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Toni started her career initially in adult nursing and then specialised in children's nursing. After achieving a teaching qualification she taught in Further Education Colleges which initiated a powerful shift on her focus on social inclusion. She transitioned to work in Higher Education in 2000 and has been focused on enabling those who may not have previously considered studying for a higher - level qualification in University to participate, believe in themselves and achieve.

Sue Beckingham is a Senior Lecturer in Information Systems within the Department of Computing at Sheffield Hallam University. She is a Senior Fellow of the HEA, Fellow of the Staff and Educational Development Association, and a Certified Member of the Association of Learning Technology.  

Having had a very successful career as a Secondary Physical Education teacher and Physical Education Adviser/Inspector, Lerverne Barber joined the University of Worcester in 2004 as a Lecturer in the Institute of Sport and Exercise Science. Lerverne’s passion for inclusive learning and teaching and her extensive experience and subject expertise, ensured that she was quickly promoted to Course Leader and then Principal Lecturer, for Learning, Teaching and the Student Experience. 

Dr Fabio Aricò is a Senior Lecturer in Macroeconomics at the University of East Anglia and an award-winning teacher, popular amongst students and colleagues for his passion, energy and enthusiasm. His teaching philosophy is grounded on the principle that students should develop academic self-efficacy to progress successfully along their graduate education journey. Fabio uses learning technologies to communicate with students and deliver a personalised dialogic experience even in large-class environments.