Event Follow-Up: Improving Accessibility in Learning Materials

On Wednesday, Mar. 6, 2024, CATL teamed up with Assistant Professor of Humanities, Kristopher Purzycki, for a workshop on improving the accessibility of educational resources shared in courses and on campus. This session explored common accessibility pitfalls in crafting digital learning materials, covering tasks like creating and sharing PowerPoint presentations, PDFS, and Canvas elements such […]

Workshop Wednesday: Using Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to Increase Access (Apr. 3, 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.)

Throughout the 2024 spring semester, CATL’s “Workshop Wednesday” series has been centered around understanding neurodiversity and enhancing the accessibility of our courses to better serve our students. Join us as we conclude this semester’s workshop series with a session on using Universal Design for Learning (UDL) led by the Director of UW-Green Bay’s Student Accessibility […]

Resources for Learning to Teach with Canvas

Are you new to teaching online at UW-Green Bay or do you want to use Canvas to supplement in-person instruction for the first time? On this page, you will find a collection of resources on learning to teach with Canvas, UW-Green Bay’s learning management system. Table of Contents Individual Consultations Resources for Independent Study Introductory […]

Event Follow-Up: Students’ Experiences at UWGB via Neurodiverse Viewpoints

What are some ways that instructors can support neurodiverse students? On Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024, CATL collaborated with Assistant Vice Chancellor Stacie Christian to host a student panel on neurodiversity. Six student panelists shared their experiences as neurodiverse learners, including common barriers and misconceptions related to neurodiversity. We’ve compiled some common themes from students’ recommendations along with resources for ways you might implement their recommendations in your teaching.