2. Syllabus

Statement:

 As you create your syllabus, it is important to keep in mind that the syllabus is larger than documentation of the semester’s activities.  Since the syllabus is usually the first information a student receives from you, it is important to set the accessibility bar high from the beginning.

Questions: 

Is your syllabus accessible on websites?  Have you checked  links you have included in your syllabus?  Does your syllabus contain information for students who need accommodations?

Resources:

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