Elizabeth Harrison

Elizabeth (Beth) G. Harrison is the director of the Office of Learning Resources (OLR) at the University of Dayton as well as associate director of the Ryan C. Harris Learning and Teaching Center. She is active at the state and national levels in the Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD) and at the national level in the faculty development professional association (POD-Network). Harrison has led workshops on universal design at higher education institutions in the U.S. and Canada and has presented on the topic at national conferences.

Updated 11-02-2017

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  • Universal Design: Five Steps to Make Your Course Accessible
    • Universal Design: Five Steps to Make Your Course Accessible
    • Universal Design: Five Steps to Make Your Course Accessible

    • $39.00$799.00
    • Accessibility is not just about disability. It is about increasing learning for all students. Ultimately, it is about student success. Most instructors can improve access to their curricula simply by examining their assumptions and making slight modifications to methods and practices. Learn how in this online seminar.
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  • How Can I Make the Activities in My Course More Inclusive?
    • How Can I Make the Activities in My Course More Inclusive?
    • How Can I Make the Activities in My Course More Inclusive?

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    • Students dealing with physical, cognitive, and other barriers to learning might not be able to participate fully in some activities because of their challenges. This fast and focused session will show you a practical approach to making accommodations and promoting equitable opportunity for learning and engagement for all your students.
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