ATLS Core 2

Supporting Students In and Beyond the Classroom

Supporting today’s UD students goes way beyond simply providing academic support and office hours to make sure they do well in your classes. As our view of support has evolved over the years so has our network of support resources for students. This session will cover not just what support resources are available for our students but will more broadly cover how to create an accessible and equitable learning environment for all students. Participants will also learn how to engage various offices to activate support resources as well as the basics of facilitating accommodation requests from the Office of Learning Resources.

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Session Facilitator(s)
  • John Harrelson
    John Harrelson

    Director, Office of Learning Resources

  • Melissa Longino
    Melissa Longino

    Assistant Vice President for Health and Wellbeing and Executive Director, Campus Recreation

  • Kimberly Trick
    Kimberly Trick

    Principal Lecturer of Chemistry & Assistant Dean for the College of Arts and Sciences

  • Christine Schramm
    Christine Schramm

    Associate Vice President & Dean of Students

Learning Outcomes

As a result of attending this session, participants will be able to:

  1. Create an accessible and equitable learning environment for all students.
  2. Identify support resources available to students.
  3. Explain how to facilitate student accommodation requests.
  4. Engage the Office of Learning Resources for assistance & support.
Session Resources

Some of the resources below may not be available until you've attended the session.