Accessible Dartmouth Course Redesign Grant
Grants, including a $3,000 stipend to faculty, will be awarded to support the development and implementation of UDL in current Dartmouth undergraduate courses scheduled to be taught in Summer, Fall, Winter or Spring terms in the 22/23 academic year.
Accessible Dartmouth seeks to build a cohort of faculty implementing UDL into their courses. We expect grant recipients to participate in the following activities, which are estimated to take ~30 hours in total:
- Work independently to complete a significant redesign of your course using UDL
- Attend a series of workshops aligned to your targeted intervention areas
- Engage in least three design consultations with a Learning Designer
- Participate in a cohort kick-off meeting
- Request that your students complete a survey or attend a focus group session
- Complete a faculty survey or focus group session
- Attend a cohort wrap-up event
The application is open on a rolling basis, with review periods each term. The current review process began Friday, March 18th, 2022 and the next will begin Friday, April 29, 2022. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Preview the application (PDF) before you start the application.
A recent information session about the course redesign program provided a brief overview of Universal Design for Learning and described the intervention areas designated in this course redesign program. You may view the recording of this session here:
Recording of a the session offered Wednesday March 16, 2022 (Dartmouth login required)