Utilizing Inclusive Course Design and Principles of Universal Design for Learning in the Creation and Delivery of Online Content
This brief resource guide is intended to highlight some of the ways in which faculty, instructional staff, and others who are engaged in the creation and delivery of online content may utilize inclusive course design, including principles of Universal Design for Learning, for their academic courses, professional development trainings, webinars, and events. By utilizing these resources, among others, you can help create a more inclusive, accessible, and equitable learning environment.
Join accessibility experts from across Harvard for an hour-long panel discussion about the ways in which accessibility practices enhance classroom teaching and learning hosted by the Harvard Institute for Learning and Teaching within the Office of the Vice Provost for Advance in Learning. This discussion and other Signature Events are also available on Socialize Remotely. Panelists are: Timothy Rogers, Director of Disability Services at the Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Linda Sullivan, Executive Director of Accessibility Services at the Harvard Division of Continuing Education, Kelly Wisnaskas, Assistant Director of Student Support and Services at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and Shelby Acteson, Associate Director of University Disability Resources at Harvard University (moderator). Recorded 09/30/2020.