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Equity

As part of UAS’ commitment to equity and cultural safety, CELT strives to help faculty “incorporate decolonized histories, values, and perspectives in our curriculum, and to protect the cultural safety of members of our campus community.”* To learn more about relevant strategies and approaches, check out the resources below, attend a CELT workshop, and/or contact CELT staff for one-on-one guidance and support.

*from the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Equity and Cultural Safety

Accessibility

CELT also provides resources on accessibility to encourage the creation of course materials that support all students. An August 2019, Amy Carney from the Alaska State Library presented on creating accessible documents. You can access her Accessible Documents slideshow or view the recording of her presentation. In March 2019, Heather Batchelder presented on the Universal Design for Learning framework. You can view a recording of her presentation to learn more about strategies for structuring your classes and course materials for student success. There are additional resources below, including a link to CELT instructional design materials on how to create accessible documents and add / edit closed captioning to course videos.

Recent Events

Recent Events
DateDescription
Nov 15, 2019 1 PM

STL

“Don’t ask me where I’m from” - STEPS Grant Lunch and Learn
Oct 25, 2019 1 PM

STL

Implicit Bias - STEPS Grant Lunch and Learn
Oct 11, 2019 1 PM

STL

This is Your Brain on Culture - STEPS Grant Lunch and Learn
Aug 15, 2019 12 PM

STL

CELT Drop-in Help
Aug 15, 2019 10 AM

STL

Creating Accessible Documents
Apr 19, 2019 2:30 PM

STL

Curriculum Builder Workshop
Mar 29, 2019 11:30 AM

STL

Voices of Alaska Native PhD’s: Ways to support Indigenous graduate students
Mar 8, 2019 9 AM

STL

Universal Design for Learning
Jan 9, 2019 1:30 PM

STL

Reading Support Strategies
Nov 8, 2018 1 PM

STL

Open Educational Resources 101
 
 

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