Students with different types of disabilities have needs that can be met using accessibility best practice and Universal Design for Learning strategies. This article introduces some common needs of students with visual, hearing, cognitive, and motor disabilities and basic solutions to accommodate them.
Canvas Studio (on-demand)
Create, host, and organize all of your instructional videos in your own Studio media library without the worry of exceeding your course’s 2GB file storage limit. Learn how to deliver engaging and impactful learning experiences in Studio by presenting video content that increases student engagement.
Getting back to school during a pandemic has already been quite a ride—full of ups, downs, and unexpected twists and…
We’re Here to Help
The Teaching & Learning Technologies team is here for you when you need help preparing for remote or in-person teaching.
Low-Tech Remote Teaching Solutions
Be prepared for any situation. These low-tech options and creative uses of familiar tools for remote teaching will engage students and create an online teaching, social, and cognitive presence.
What’s In a Name… Pronunciation?
Part of feeling included and welcomed in a community starts with people knowing your name. One of the challenges that…
Going Backwards to Move Forward: Teaching with Canvas
The Teaching with Canvas program aims to optimize faculty Canvas goals and mastery through monthly consultations and support sessions. The inaugural cohort of faculty will work with TLT staff to build Spring 2019 courses using backwards design.