See our new web page answering your frequently asked questions: http://www.csuchico.edu/tlp/accessibility/faq.shtml Provost Flake announced in December that the short-term goal for our campus is to have all course syllabi accessible to all students. TLP regularly offers a one-hour workshop on how to do this called “Make Your Syllabus Accessible with Microsoft Word”. This past summer,… Read more »
Posts Tagged: UDL
The California State University’s Institute for Teaching & Learning has released the Summer 2008 issue of Connections, the fourth issue of their newsletter. Read the newsletter here: http://www.calstate.edu/itl/newsletter/ In this issue: Sonoma State’s Universal Design for Learning efforts, information about the multi-campus Discipline Research Project, teaching tips based on the Primacy Effect, and more.
Dipity is a FREE online utility that organizes blogs, pictures, videos and other content from around the web into interactive views. Here is a visual representation of our TLP blog using Dipity. This could be a great way for instructors to provide an alternate means to represent information visually.
Recently, my attention has turned toward online utilities that facilitate learning for all sorts of learners, like those with predominate auditory, visual, and kinesthetic styles. Universal Design (UDL) is something we in TLP embrace and promote in our trainings, and if put into practice, encourages instructors to utilize content that engages students in multiple ways…. Read more »