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At UC we are committed to ensuring that all students, faculty and staff have equal access to all that the University has to offer as well as to, encourage the exploration and understanding of each other's differences and similarities.
We understand that time is limited and want to provide ample opportunities for all to attend our training and workshops - to help facilitate the further growth of our campus we have make available several online training modules that can be accessed as your schedule permits- 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
We hope you will take the time to expand your knowledge and awareness of people with disabilities and help UC become a more welcoming and inclusive environment for people with disabilities.
Inclusive teaching strives to ensure that all students feel supported as they learn. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a research-based framework that promotes equitable opportunities to learn for all people. By removing barriers from the learning process, the needs of diverse learners can be met. UDL guidelines encourage instructors to provide their students with multiple means of Representation, Action & Expression, and Engagement. These guidelines benefit all students by providing a level of flexibility in interacting with course content, activities, and assessments. One component of reducing student barriers is creating accessible course content. This could include texts, videos, images or other content that is available to students through Blackboard, UC's Learning Management System.