Digital Scholar Webinar: Online Teaching Practices Buffet: Tools, Strategies, and Materials for a More Inclusive Online Class


In this 60-minute webinar, facilitators will provide research-based and experience-tested effective practices for establishing a more inclusive online presence with students and adapting course-specific policies for online.  Participants may consider this webinar as a “buffet” from which they can pick and choose to implement the practices most appropriate for their own online courses and students.  Participants are encouraged to ask questions and leverage the chat to exchange as a community their own practices for online course inclusivity. This webinar is recommended for university faculty and/or those assisting faculty with the design and teaching of their online courses.  This might also be of interest to graduate students interested in pursuing a career in teaching.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to

  • Identify at least one new strategy applicable to their online course/students
  • Plan at least one course update to make their online course more inclusive
  • Access customizable recommended materials for course inclusivity 



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