ACCESS@UCCS

ACCESS @ UCCS

ACCESS @ UCCS is a series of events to raise awareness of how to implement equity, diversity, and inclusion in teaching. Using the ACCESS model, you will be guided through inclusive teaching practices and strategies that aim to reduce barriers and create an inclusive classroom environment online and in the classroom.

ACCESS Overview

  1. Overview video - This video is an overview of the ACCESS model. In this video, Angie Dodson, FRC Instructional Designer, walks through the ACCESS model and the process of creating a more inclusive classroom for your students.
  2. Universal Design for Learning ACCESS Checklist - This infographic provides an overview and definition of the ACCESS model.

Events

  • Using the Assistive Technology Tools on Campus to Support all Students

    • Leyna Bencomo, Assistive Technology Specialist
  • Cultivate a Learning Environment for Inclusive Teaching

    • Angie Dodson, FRC Instructional Designer, and Sharon Stevens, FRC Faculty Development Coordinator
  • Create an Integrated Course with Accessible Course Materials

    • Angie Dodson, FRC Instructional Designer, and Sharon Stevens, FRC Faculty Development Coordinator
      • Tuesday, October 13, 3:15 – 3:45 PM
  • Give your Course the INclusion Test

    • Lynnane George, College of Engineering and Applied Science, and Karin Larkin, College of Letters, Arts & Sciences
      • Thursday, October 22, 1:45-2:15 PM
  • Guidelines for Adopting Textbook and Publisher Content

    • Leyna Bencomo, Assistive Technology Specialist
      • Wednesday, November 11, 12:15 – 12:45 PM
  • Create an Integrated Course through Meaningful Engagement

    • Angie Dodson, FRC Instructional Designer, and Sharon Stevens, FRC Faculty Development Coordinator
      • Thursday, November 12, 12:15 – 12:45 PM

Resources


Last updated September 10, 2020