Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a curriculum design, development, and delivery framework that seeks to include the maximum number of learners in instruction by offering multiple paths to get to the same learning outcomes, including… read more on UDL
Open Education is a broad concept that incorporates principles of EDI in teaching and curriculum development. It usually equates to reducing barriers and improving access to education from within formal educational institutions… read more on Open Education
Educators can find countless resources on EDI and education to help develop their knowledge on this subject as it applies to teaching and course design. Below are a few examples:
EDI holds great potential for JIBC-focused research projects. If you have an idea about EDI as it relates to your teaching or your worklife, you may be able to get funding to support your research activities.
Check out the following research opportunities: