The following resources provide guidance on inclusive teaching and learning practices.
- Equal Access: Universal Design of Instruction
- How Can We Include Students with Disabilities in Computing Courses?
- 20 Tips for Teaching an Accessible Online Course
Access Q&As, Case Studies and Promising Practices
- Faculty Learning Communities: A Promising Practice in Faculty Development
- The University of Washington: A Promising Practice in Making Distance Learning Courses Accessible to Students with Disabilities
- How can computing courses be made more accessible to students with specific learning disabilities?
- How can I get started in making my distance learning course accessible to all students?
- How can principles of universal design be applied to technology-based math content?
- How can universal design be applied in educational settings?
- How can universal design be applied in postsecondary education?
- How can universal design be applied to instruction?
- What considerations should be made in order to develop accessible web-based distance learning courses?
- What resources can help faculty make their courses more accessible to students with disabilities?
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