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ADVANCING ONLINE TEACHING: CREATING EQUITY-BASED DIGITAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS


What is it?

The goal of teaching online is fundamentally the same as teaching face-to-face: facilitating the learning of all students to the greatest extent possible. This book differs from other books on online teaching in that, in the process of offering guidance on course design and planning, developing outcomes and appropriate engaging activities, managing the workload and assessment, the authors pay explicit attention throughout to the distinct and diverse needs of students and offer effective strategies to accommodate them in a comprehensive and inclusive way by using the principles of Universal Design for Learning.


Who is it for?

Instructors.


What can it do?

By following the principles of Universal Design for Learning from the outset when planning a course, all students will benefit, and most particularly those whom the research shows have the greatest achievement gaps when taking online courses - males, first generation and low income students, those from underrepresented minority groups, the academically underprepared, students with disabilities, and those with limited online access or lacking readiness for online learning.








Kelly, K. & Zakrajsek, T. D. (2020). Advancing online teaching: Creating equity-based digital learning environments. Sterling: Stylus.