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An instructor’s guide to reducing college students’ stress and anxiety

Chapman University has published their new review of practicable and evidence-based tools for reducing student stress in the classroom, improving overall performance and quality of academic life. The five strategies discussed in the review...

Zoom Live Transcription!

The Learning/Access Center and the Center for Teaching and Learning would like to share that live transcription is now available on Zoom! Live Transcription provides robot transcription services, which enables speech to text transcription in Zoom...

LA/C and Title IX Resources

Thank you to Elisabeth Sullivan, Director of the Learning Access Center and Judith-Faith Williams Cadet, Title IX Coordinator for sharing resources and engaging in valuable conversation with participants today. Here are the resources they...

Supporting New and Continuing Faculty – November Session

The Center for Teaching and Learning in collaboration with the Office of the Provost will host the next session of a series of virtual meetings to introduce how various offices and support services can...

Supporting New and Continuing Faculty – October Session

The Center for Teaching and Learning in collaboration with the Office of the Provost will host the next session of a series of virtual meetings to introduce how various offices and support services can...

Extended Time on Canvas Quizzes

Here are the recommendation for giving ‘extended time’ on Canvas quizzes to students with LA/C accommodations:

Considering Accessibility Through UDL

Ever a rich topic at the CTL, we’re happy to think about the accessibility of our class discussions, places for participation, and resources even more as we consider our online spaces. Below is link...

Consider Access in Online Courses

Here are a few easy-to-implement recommendations for considering access as you create your online courses. This post references the this article by Aimi Hamraie. Basic considerations for everyone: Add a brief description or alt-text for...

Universal Design for Learning Guidelines

UDL aims to change the design of the environment rather than to change the learner  The UDL Guidelines are a tool used in the implementation of Universal Design for Learning, a framework to improve...

On Learning How to Help Disengaged Students

On Learning How to Help Disengaged Students by Gabriel Cohen When I started teaching at Pratt nine years ago, one of the first things I discovered was that teaching was like doing stand-up comedy:...