Course Design & Development
With a focus on Inclusion, Instructional Designers from Academic and Emerging Technologies (AET) are here to collaborate with instructors on creating inclusive learning environments with technology. We value learner variability and respect diversity, equitable access to learning and engagement opportunities.
Whether the goal is adding web enhancements to your face-to-face course, developing new or adaptive features for mixed delivery, or transforming a face-to-face course to fully online delivery, we have expertise in evidence based best practices and have many resources to help along the way.
We provide a continuum of course design and UC Merced supported educational technology assistance to Instructors, Teaching Assistant, students and staff.
The University of California, Merced is committed to creating learning environments that are accessible to all. Student Accessibility Services mission is to ensure students with disabilities have “equal access” and can engage equally in online learning environment. Digital Accessibility refers to implementation of best practices, universal design principles and compliance with American with Disability Act of 1990, Section 504 and Section 508 of Rehabilitation Act of 1973 in accordance with state and federal laws. This policy requires that all digital and information technology is developed, procured, maintained and is made equally accessible to individuals with disabilities.