Universal design (UD) is an approach to creating spaces that are accessible and inclusive by accounting for variability; when applied to syllabus creation, we can welcome all learners to our classes and proactively remove barriers to learning. Understanding universal design for inclusive syllabus creation will also lead to a more inclusive learning experience throughout the semester. Join us for this opportunity to collaborate with colleagues and to prepare your syllabus for the Spring (please bring a Word draft of your spring class syllabus). Lunch will be provided. Please let us know about any dietary or other access needs.
Lead facilitator: Daisy Breneman Faculty Associate, JMU Libraries Justice Studies Academic Advisor
Facilitators (tentative): Christina Wulf; Christie Liu; Emily Gravett; Ed Brantmeier; Lori Pyle,
Partners on this workshop include the Center for Faculty Innovation, the Office of Disability Services, and Ethical Reasoning in Action.
- Discuss, collaborate, and explore universal design with colleagues
- Identify and explore essentials and best practices in universal design for an inclusive syllabus
- Apply UD principles and technology, guided by experts, to syllabus creation and revision (consultations and guides are available.)
- Tuesday, November 13, 2018
- 12:30pm - 3:00pm
- TLT Lab (Room 5308)
- Rose Library