All trainings will be now be delivered online in a webinar format with Webex.

Accessibility and Universal Design In Online Teaching

Tuesday, May 5, 1:00-2:30 pm on Webex.

Register for the Accessibility and Universal Design Workshop

Facilitated by Jacqueline Frank, Instruction & Accessibility Librarian, and Dean Adams, Director of CFE (Center for Faculty Excellence)

This workshop will show how easy it can be to implement accessibility best practices, and we will share strategies on how to design online instruction using Universal Design for Learning methods.  Read the long description.

Alternative Assessments for Deeper, More Meaningful Distance Learning

Wednesday, May 6, 1:00-3:00 pm on Webex.

Register for the Alternative Assessments Workshop

Facilitated by Ken Silvestri, CFE Instructional Designer and Aaron Yost, Assistant Director for Writing Across MSU 

This workshop will offer alternative ways to assess distance learning that extend beyond or supplement traditional high-stakes exams and quizzing. Read the long description.

Embedding Library Resources in Brightspace/D2L

Facilitated by Meghan Salsbury, Instructional Technology Librarian, MSU Library.

Please schedule as a one-on-one. The training will be conducted via Webex. 

March 18 recording is also available.

Contact Meghan Salsbury for questions at meghan.salsbury@montana.edu or 406-994-4989.

Journal articles, e-books, videos, and other library resources can all be easily embedded into your Brightspace/D2L course. This session will teach you how to use stable URLs to add library resources to your Brightspace/D2L course.

Accessibility Consultations and Training

MSU Librarian Jacqueline Frank is offering virtual accessibility consultations and training.

Schedule an appointment with Jacqueline.

See also the MSU Library Accessibility Guide for Instructors.