Teaching at UW: Diversifying Course Materials
April 1 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
The readings, articles, videos and other media you share with your students are part of the ecosystem that makes up an engaging and inclusive learning environment. Course materials promote learning most effectively when they each support one another, provide multiple ways for students to learn through different formats (e.g., written, audio, visual), and represent a diversity of perspectives.
In this session, you will:
- Explore types of instructional content that can be utilized to add variety and engage diverse learners.
- Identify and leverage course materials and open educational resources (OER) available to you and your students with the support of the UW-Madison libraries and repositories.
This workshop is part of the Teaching at UW Program.