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Campus Conversations About Accessible Design

This week we are pleased to highlight a conversation unfolding through the Chronicle of Higher Education and writers at ProfHacker. ProfHacker features three articles each week concerning productivity tactics for faculty, staff, and administrators in higher education. Their collaboration with the Chronicle of Higher Education provides excellent exposure for their insight and creativity. Naturally, a [...]

Measuring Learning in Post-secondary Education

The shockwaves generated by the January release of the book, Academically Adrift: Limited Learning on College Campuses, are still being felt as more professors, administrators, and policymakers are finding time to read more than the book’s jacket. The conversation about the quality of post-secondary education will continue as a result of a new framework released [...]

Helping Faculty Redesign Their Courses With Principles of UDL

As the spring semester begins, we are reminded of the timely opportunities that we have to help faculty redesign their courses to take advantage of universal design for learning strategies. The Equity and Excellence in Higher Education project was developed by the Institute for Community Inclusion at the University of Massachusetts/Boston, in partnership with the [...]