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Syllabus - Support Services and Diversity Statement

Syllabus - Support Services and Diversity Statement
California State University, Fresno
This syllabus contains updated information for campus academic (non-technical) support services and resources available to support students in achieving their educational goals, accessible policy and DSS services. Included is the diversity, equity and inclusion statement along with a link to the student handbook, as well as University policies and services.

Syllabus Example for Learner Support (Technology)

Syllabus Example for Learner Support (Technology)
San Jose State University
The syllabus includes a statement of the technology needed to complete the course, as well as how to get help with technology. Canvas LMS and SJSU campus resources are listed and linked for easy student access.

Syllabus Example for Learner Support (Student Resources)

Syllabus Example for Learner Support (Student Resources)
San Jose State University
The syllabus includes information on both academic and non-academic support resources/programs for students. A list of example resources and the main "Campus Syllabus Information" website is listed. More details and contact information for 3 key support programs are included. Weblinks, email, and phone numbers are listed for these 3 key programs.

Learner Support Resources in the Syllabus

Learner Support Resources in the Syllabus
Other
The syllabus was created using an accessible syllabus template and includes an explanation of technical support, diversity statement and resources available to support students.

Help Module with Diversity Survey

Help Module with Diversity Survey
California State University, Fresno
This Help Module was developed to reduce the number of questions commonly asked each semester. These include topics related to Health, Writing, and Tutoring, just to name few. Included in this module is the Student Diversity Survey, created in Google Forms, asking questions such as their Gender Pronoun and their access to technology. This allows the instructor to get a socio-economic and personal read of each student at the beginning of the term.