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Diversity Statement & Learner Support Resources

Diversity Statement & Learner Support Resources
Other
Juanita Jellyman, Instructor from Pomona provides a syllabus that includes technical support, a diversity statement and resources available to support students.

Exemplary Syllabus

Exemplary Syllabus
California State University, San Bernardino
This syllabus contains important information including links for student help and support, Information Technology Services (ITS), Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD), Services for Veterans, Services for Undocumented Students, and more. The syllabus is also accessible and aligns with UDL principles.

Learner Support Resources Section of a Syllabus

Learner Support Resources Section of a Syllabus
Other
This is a comprehensive syllabus for my KIN 2290: Contemporary Issues in Kinesiology & Health Promotion course (lower division, major requirement). It has been developed using the Quality Matters (QM) and Quality Learning & Teaching (QLT) instrument. It is developed specifically for an online, asynchronous version of the course. It is presented to students in both a word file (screened for accessibility) and in an FAQ format via our LMS (Canvas)

Syllabus - Access and Accommodation Statement

Syllabus - Access and Accommodation Statement
San Jose State University
Maureen Smith, an Instructor at San Jose State University, includes the following statement in her syllabus that provides students with a clear explanation of her role in supporting students with a link to the campus disability support services office. In her statement, she welcomes students to talk to her at any point in the semester about course design concerns.

Syllabus - Student Centric Accessibility Policy

Syllabus - Student Centric Accessibility Policy
California State University, Fresno
Syllabus is accessible and screen readable and includes hyperlinks to campus services. Also, includes a student-centric disability and accessibility statement/policy to the syllabus.