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Visit us in Dwinelle 117 (Level D), Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
We catalyze innovation by bringing together faculty, researchers, graduate students, and service providers to share ideas, connect across disciplines, and inspire advances in teaching, learning, and research.
Launched in 2017-18, the Teaching in Troubled Times series is presented by the Division of Equity & inclusion, the Center for Teaching and Learning, the American Cultures Center, and the Academic Innovation Studio.
These timely, interactive dialogues feature dynamic faculty panelists and engage the Berkeley community in exploring how equity and justice challenges—locally, regionally and nationally—are impacting our students, instructors, classrooms, and campus. All events feature plenty of time for open, facilitated discussion.
For resources and more information, visit the Teaching in Troubled Times page on the Equity & Inclusion website.
Check out upcoming workshops on how to make your course content accessible (offered by Digital Learning Services, formerly the Berkeley Resource Center for Online Education).
Over the summer, the Disabled Students Program hosted three open faculty forums on topics related to course accessibility, including proctoring exams, universal design, and general accommodations. Stay tuned for more events from DSP.
Here are additional resources for making your course accessible:
Learn about these options for support:
- Drop-in Hours
- DIY Media Studio Orientations
- Classroom Technology Orientations
- AIS Partner Services
Links to other resources: