The art of systematically creating instructional materials and learning frameworks that engage learners and make the acquisition of knowledge effective and efficient.
- Inclusive Teaching Resources & Strategies (U.Michigan CRLT)
- The Research Basis for Inclusive Teaching (U.Michigan CRLT)
- Online Equity rubric (Peralta Community College)
- UAS Assessment Toolkit
Planning Your Course: A Decision Guide | Center for Teaching Innovation, Cornell University
Bridge to Quality: A QM Online Course Design Guide, Quality Matters
- Connecting the Dots: Improving Student Outcomes and Experiences with Exceptional
Instructional Design: Quality Matters in the Design of Learning Experiences Whitney Kilgore and Diane Weaver
Faculty Focus – Free newsletter and website for instructors
Tomorrow’s Professor Postings (Stanford)
Cult of Pedagogy – teaching with technology (K12 focused but still great)
Every Learner Everywhere Blog – Advocates for equitable outcomes in U.S. higher education through advances in digital learning
The Scholarly Teacher – Purposefully pause. Think critically. Reflect on your teaching and your students’ learning
Chronicle of Higher Education, Advice Guides (create a free account to access two articles a month)
Instructional designers across the UA system:
- Work closely with Disability Services and the Office of Information Technology to test and implement accessible technology and software.
- Promote Universal Design Learning principles as a way to benefit all students, not just those needing accommodations.
- Provide faculty with working templates (syllabi, calendar, etc.) that follow WCAG 2.0 guidelines.
- Support instructors through training on creating accessible materials and assistance addressing accommodations when informed of barriers to student access.