IiL Instructional Design

Instructional design is the process of analyzing learning needs and goals and the development of an instructional plan to meet those needs and goals. The Innovations in Learning team is available to assist faculty and staff in creating goals and action plans to efficiently meet the needs of their courses and workshops both online and face-to-face. The Innovations team provides both workshops and 1-on-1 consultations for instructional design.

1-On-1 Consultations

The Innovations in Learning team provides 1-on-1 consultations for instructional design. Those consultations can go over a variety of areas such as interactive learning for online courses and formative assessments for courses.

If you are interested in meeting with our team 1-on-1 to go over your course, please e-mail us at: innovations@uwp.edu and we will get back to you within 24 hours to set up a meeting.

Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an educational idea that revolves around research in neuroscience and learning science to develop flexible and accessible learning environments for all students.

The Innovations in Learning team is passionate about the success of all students and we are dedicated to making their experience rigorous, relevant, engaging, and meaningful. Our team wants to work closely with departments to develop academic programs and courses accessible to all learners.


Accessible Documentation

Accessible Syllabus

The accessible syllabus is designed for you to simply fill in your own course information. It is formatted properly so it is easily read by a screen reader and contains all of the institutional policies required to meet Quality Matters review.

Syllabus Checklist

The syllabus checklist may be used in place of the accessible syllabus if you wish to design your own document. It should serve as a guide for you as it lists all of the requirements of an accessible course syllabus.

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