The call for nominations for the Accessibility Teaching Award has been extended until Thursday, February 28th.
This award recognizes faculty achievements in the area of accessible learning. Accessible learning provides all students with equitable access and opportunity for student success regardless of disabilities. Faculty who are eligible take a proactive approach toward accessible teaching practices, course design, course materials, and serve as a model or support for other faculty in regards to accessible learning.
- Letter of interest from the faculty member that provides a philosophy of teaching that includes the practice of accessible learning.
- Letter of support from their department head.
- Up to three supporting artifacts that provide evidence of their accomplishments in their chosen focus area. Choose artifacts that characterize their teaching and are suitable to their particular discipline.
- Innovative or meaningful assignments and assessments may be included or described. Please respect student privacy when providing evidence of such outcomes.
- Student evaluation feedback may be used in situations where students speak directly to teaching effectiveness.
- Student success stories or similar type of items may be included.
Full-time faculty members with at least one year of teaching experience at MSU are eligible.
Nomination packets may be submitted to the FCTL in Meyer Library Rm 202 or via email. Nominations will be peer-reviewed by the FCTL Advisory Council.
Contact the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning if you have any questions about the application criteria or the selection process.