Introduction to UDL

What is UDL? Learn the key principles and philosophy of Universal Design for Learning crucial for applying UDL to your course design. Read More

 

Course Schedule Design

The third item of your syllabus module is the course schedule. This document is designed to present your weekly topics, readings, resources and student deliverables. Instructors have different… Read More

 

Screen Level Chunking for Instructions

Screen Level Chunking for Instructions Chunking is not only about making multiple pages or files. It also encompasses using formatting to organize content on the screen for optimized… Read More

 

Active Viewing Strategies

Viewing Technology and media have changed the way we teach and learn. To optimize students’ use of the media linked in your courses, you want to examine the… Read More

 

Reading Success Strategies

Reading One of the most common problems we encounter in online (and face-to-face classrooms!) is getting students to read the material. Poor reading results in a variety of… Read More

 

Vary Instructional Delivery

How we teach online is as important as what we’re teaching. When we vary instructional delivery and follow the principles of UDL, we get information across in a… Read More

 

Varying Assessments

To vary assessments simply means to offer different ways to measure your students’ achievements towards a goal or outcomes. Relying primarily on one form of assessment probably tells… Read More