Stanford University is committed to ensuring that its facilities and programs are accessible to all individuals with disabilities. Below are resources that support accessibility and inclusion for faculty with disabilities.
Diversity and Inclusion at Stanford
A series of campus-wide learning and discussion opportunities that tackle dimensions and implications of diversity in Stanford's academic life led by the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Development and Diversity with partners across the University. The series started in 2014-2016. It brings to campus one to two high-profile events annually.
Blended and Online Learning Design (BOLD)
VPTL provides resources for creating an inclusive learning environment for all major aspects of digital instruction.
UDL Innovation Studio in Collaboration with CAST | Schwab Learning Center (SLC)
The Schwab Learning Center, in partnership with CAST, has recently established a Universal Design Studio. CAST is a nationally recognized not-for-profit education innovation organization and the originator of the UDL framework. Stanford's UDL Studio provides faculty and other campus partners the opportunity to work together to develop new models and best practices for educating all student.
Stanford Medicine Abilities Coalition (SMAC)
The Stanford Medicine Abilities Coalition (SMAC) is a new group at Stanford Medicine that is open to everyone, including faculty, staff, residents, fellows, postdocs and everyone in between. The purpose of SMAC is to foster and advocate for the equal treatment and well-being of all students, trainees, faculty and staff at Stanford Medicine, regardless of their physical or cognitive differences.
Testing Accommodations for Individuals with Hearing Loss
This website a useful resource if you are testing individuals with hearing loss.
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