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Accessibility

  

Incorporating a Student Needs Assessment into Your Course Inclusion, Equity, and Access in a Remote Learning Environment

March 26, 2020 by | Pedagogy

The Center for Teaching Excellence at Rice University has compiled some great tips on increasing inclusion, equity, and access while teaching remotely. They offer tips on the following topics: Addressing unequal access to technology, hardware, and software Providing a balance between asynchronous and synchronous tools and course materials Creating an environment that includes and values

Spring Break 2020: Daily support to help you teach online

March 22, 2020 by | Blackboard

It might be Spring Break, but your colleagues at Educational Technology Services are busy providing support daily! Please reach out to us for assistance. Daily Drop-in Support from 9am to 5pm Phone support: Call us at (714) 997-6600 and choose option 1 for the “Teaching Remotely” Team Email us at edutech@chapman.edu Join us via Zoom

IETL Faculty Office Hours Have a question or need assistance?

August 30, 2019 by | Training

The Institute for Excellence in Teaching & Learning (IETL) Co-Directors Jana Remy and Melissa Rowland-Goldsmith will hold the below office hours this fall in Beckman Hall 108 (located on the first floor, Starbucks’ side):    Jana Remy Tuesday, 1-2 p.m. remy@chapman.edu       Melissa Rowland-Goldsmith Wednesday, 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. rowlandg@chapman.edu      

Bb Ally Accessibility Panel: LouAnne Boyd

June 12, 2019 by | Technology

  LouAnne Boyd, PhD Fowler School of Engineering; Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Research Area (or Specialization): Human-Computer Interaction; Assistive technology; Accessibility; Inclusion and diversity; Augmented and virtual reality; Ubiquitous computing Relevant course(s) name/number, approx. number of students, and short description Human Computer Interface Computer Supported Collaborative Work Software Requirements Teaching or learning problem/challenge that

Bb Ally Accessibility Panel: Patricia Brown

June 12, 2019 by | Technology

Patricia Brown, PhD Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences; Physical Therapy   Research Area (or Specialization): Specialty interests include balance and fall risk reduction; vestibular rehabilitation; movement disorder, and stroke rehabilitation. Her current areas of research interest include reactive postural control and Parkinson’s disease rehabilitation. Relevant course(s) name/number, approx. number of students, and short

Bb Ally Accessibility Panel: Kelli Fuery

June 12, 2019 by | Technology

 Kelli Fuery, PhD Lawrence and Kristina Dodge College of Film and Media Arts   Research Area (or Specialization): Contemporary Visual Culture; Film Theory; Psychosocial and Cultural Theory Relevant course(s) name/number, approx. number of students, and short description FS342/542 The Melodrama 25 students Students examine the history, developments and transformation within melodrama across national and global

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