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Universal Design of Syllabus

A clear and concise syllabus is often a critical tool for student success.  It provides support and structure. Students rely on the syllabus as a guide or a roadmap for success. It defines what the essential elements are and establishes a framework for thinking about the subject matter.


RubricUniversal Design Syllabus Rubric (101KB)

TEP: Teaching Effectiveness Program from University of Oregon offers tips and suggestions for a syllabus designed with UD.

UDL on Campus: This  web page offers for more information and an example of a Universally Designed syllabus:


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Ann Coburn-Collins,
Director of Academic Support Programs

Wickes 260

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Wickes 260

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