Emerging from a research project researching current attitudes towards decolonising curriculum (assessing knowledge, desire and obstacles) the Map forms part of an internal toolkit offered as a reference point for staff unsure of where to begin with decolonising their module.

Resources required:

  • Staff
  • Interns
  • Expertise

Available evidence of impact:

  • Adoption across the university and feedback and quotes from staff and students.

Links to available resources:

Implementation and potential challenges:

  • Culture change – staff not being far ahead in terms of understanding what decolonisation means.

How to Use:

  • Use the SMART map to decolonise your own curriculum by following the five core components:
    • Structural
    • Visibility
    • Normalising
    • Encouragement
    • Interaction