If you are a faculty member, adjunct instructor, or teaching assistant, these resources can help you provide accommodations and learn more about improving the campus climate, teaching students with Universal Design, and being (or working with) a faculty member or instructor with disabilities. If you need additional help, contact us or use the Search feature.

Teaching Online

Ideas, news, and resources from a variety of sites to help you plan online and hybrid classes in light of restrictions and new policies related to the COVID-19 virus. This section will be updated periodically.

Tips and a tutorial for enabling accessibility features in instructional technologies as offered by the DO-IT Center at University of Washington.

Learn "How the pandemic is impacting college students’ mental health" in a report from PBS NewsHour. It includes implications for helping your students during this time.

Teaching and Learning Resources

  • Learn about the roles, rights and responsibilities of instructors, students, and disability services in providing academic accommodations to students with disabilities
  • Concerned about a student or the student's behavior? Call your campus disability services or counseling services for assistance, check out the Red Folder developed for faculty in the California State University system, or refer to our list of crisis resources and hotlines

Disability-Specific Information for Faculty

Resources for Faculty, Instructors, and Teaching Assistants with Disabilities