Teaching for Inclusivity and Accessibility

The Teaching for Inclusivity and Accessibility certificate of completion helps instructors reach a diverse group of students and considers issues of multiculturalism, gender identity, access and disability, and more. It covers technical, social, and pedagogical aspects of education and focuses on relevant and reflective activities that allow participants to implement changes in their teaching practice.

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Designing an Inclusive Course

This training provides opportunities to learn and apply methods for designing a course that recognizes the diversity of UF students and empowers all students equally. Participants will leave the course with a revision to one aspect of their course and direction on next steps they can take to make their course materials, organization, or assessments more inclusive.
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Fostering Inclusive Communities for Learning

Fostering Inclusive Communities for Learning helps instructors strategize ways to build an environment where a wide range of students feel safe, respected, and comfortable enough to collaborate and learn. Participants will develop tools for communicating effectively with students and facilitating positive interactions among members of their class.
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Accessible Online Environments

The training covers different types of accessibility needs and suggestions for making an online course more accessible. After completing the training, participants will have a full understanding of how to improve online accessibility for all students.
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