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Implementing UDL on Canvas

Quality course design is instrumental toward supporting student success. This online course is intended to provide a conceptual and theoretical framework and robust concrete practical strategies to guide faculty and instructional designers in building course material on Canvas according to the best practices of Universal Design for Learning.

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We recognize that quality course design is instrumental toward supporting student success. When an online learning environment is well designed, everyone achieves more, learns more, and is more equitably represented.

We recognize that many faculty do not necessarily know how to carry out accessible design. This course is intended to provide conceptual and theoretical framework and robust concrete practical strategies to guide faculty and instructional designers in building course material on Canvas according to the best practices of Universal Design for Learning to improve the accessibility and quality of learning experience for everyone.

Objectives: 
Express the foundational concepts for accessibility, UDL, and learner variability.
Design engaging, effective, and accessible courses using the principles and practices of UDL mapped to the features of Canvas.
Apply specific canvas-based strategies for proactively removing barriers to learning and engagement .

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Authors/Creators: 
Eric J. Moore

Organization/Publishers: 
Innospire.org

Grade/Age Level:

Elementary (Age 5-10)
Middle (Age 11-14)
High ( Age14-18 )
Adult Learning

Category Quick Find:

Teaching Resource
Implementation
Professional Development

UDL Guidelines:

Recruiting Interest
Sustaining Effort & Persistence
Self-regulation
Perception
Language & Symbols
Comprehension
Physical Action
Expression & Communication
Executive Functions

Problem Area:

Design of Learning Environment for All
Engagement
Goal Attainment
Lessons & Lesson Design
Professional Development
Supporting Comprehension

Resource File Type:

Course

Accessibility:

WCAG v2.0 AA

Teaching Practices:

High-Leverage Practices
Planning for Learner Variability
Understanding & Overcoming Barriers
Flexible Materials
Flexible Methods

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Posted date:

November 7, 2019
Resource Fee: 
$0.00