The University of Auckland is committed to being a safe, inclusive and equitable place to study and work. Inclusive course design is an equity area that you can play a role in and make a positive difference for our diverse community of students. Here we offer three common-sense approaches toward inclusiveness for your courses.
How can an assignment be marked out of 100 points, but the assignment is only worth a percentage (e.g., 20%) of students’ final grade?
In North Carolina (USA) students who are blind, deaf, or have severe disabilities are engaged in their learning and finding success by getting access to and using technology anytime and anywhere—including the Canvas learning management system (LMS).
“Video assignments” by Lyn Collie (University of Auckland Business School) is a guide designed to assist staff and students to run and complete successful video assessments.
Instructure recently premiered a short video about the University of Auckland during one of the keynotes at InstructureCon 2017. The video highlights the work that Damon Salesa and Marina McCartney are doing with their students in Te Wānanga o Waipapa – School of Māori Studies and Pacific Studies.