Inclusive Course Design: Implementing the UDL Guidelines - Summer 2021
Summer Quarter (August 2-29, 2021)
This 4-week, fully online asynchronous workshop provides participants with methods and strategies to apply the principles of Universal Design for Learning to course materials, activities and assessments. Participants will apply best practices and practical strategies in course design to increase access, reduce barriers, and improve learning experiences for all students. A $500 stipend is available for eligible participants. Enrollment is limited.
THIS WORKSHOP IS FULL. YOU MAY REGISTER TO BE PLACED ON THE WAITLIST.
This workshop will be offered again during the 2021-2022 academic year.
Dates and location
This workshop is a fully-online 4-week course that takes place August 2-29, 2021. Weekly assignments are due each Sunday. This workshop is facilitated by Pam Dougherty, Instructional Designer and Accessibility Specialist with the Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology at Cal Poly.
Time Commitment and Stipend Information
This workshop is designed for faculty and instructors who currently teach at Cal Poly. Time commitment is 7-10 hours per week for a total of 28-40 hours, depending on prior knowledge, skill level and experience. A $500 stipend is available for those who fully participate in the course and complete all requirements with an 80% minimum grade on each assignment. Please read the CTLT Stipend eligibility policy to see if you are eligible. Partial stipends for partial participation are not available. Enrollment is limited to 20 participants.
The California State University Accessible Technology Initiative was established in 2006 to provide resources, support, and guidance for all CSU campuses to comply with federal accessibility requirements (Section 508). A larger goal is to help campuses create inclusive communities that provide equitable and flexible access to all electronic information and resources, including instructional materials for students. Learn more about CSU ATI: CSU ATI Professional Development
Workshop Learning Objectives
Overarching goal: Participants will utilize Canvas tools and features to design inclusive and accessible course content, activities and assessments, based on UDL Guidelines.
By the end of the workshop participants will be able to:
- Create one course resource that applies the UDL principle of Representation
- Create one course activity that applies the UDL principle of Engagement
- Create one course assessment that applies the UDL principle of Action and Expression