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Students with Disabilities

The Disability Resources Office is a resource for faculty in understanding their responsibility in providing an inclusive and accessible educational environment for all students. Resources are available on providing accommodations, teaching students with disabilities, making course content available, and related university policies and procedures.

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Academic and Student Affairs

Academic Program Assessment

Two processes exist for undergraduate programs: academic assessment and program review. The academic assessment process is continuous, based on student learning outcomes and competencies assessment of the academic programs (SLOs) and the General Education program (competencies). The External Undergraduate Academic Program Review is an eight-year process based on annual process results and other relevant data for the programs.

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Academic and Student Affairs

3D Memos

The 3-D (Dean, Director and Department Head) communications distribute all policies and information that must reach administrators across the university. Memos often touch on areas related to faculty such as textbook adoption and providing accommodations to students with disabilities. Categories that may be of interest to faculty include Academic Affairs, Research and Sponsored Activities and Student Activities and Services.

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Chancellor's Office

Instructional Design Interest Group

This group was created as a way to bring together faculty and staff who have an interest in the different aspects of instructional design including layouts, best practices and useful tools for learning and assessment.

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Distance Education and Learning Technology Applications (DELTA)