Inclusivity in the Zoom Classroom: A Practical Guide

Inclusivity in the Zoom Classroom:   A Practical Guide

The Office of Instruction and Assessment is launching the new webinar series Inclusive Teaching Tidbits. Join us this month for a practical guide on inclusive teaching in Zoom. No registration required. 


Keeping all Students in Mind: Tidbits for Creating an Inclusive Learning Environment in Zoom

Monday, May 18th: 1:00-1:45 PM 

In this webinar, we will discuss concrete strategies for increasing access to learning for students struggling with the various challenges of online and remote learning. We will offer evidence-based strategies to tackle commonly experienced challenges that instructors face in synchronous Zoom sessions. Small changes in structure and communication can create meaningful opportunities for increased student engagement and comfort.



Zooming In: Responding to Conflict and Emotionally-Charged Moments in the Zoom Classroom

Wednesday, May 20th: 1:00-1:45 PM @ Zoom URL:

In this webinar, we will be addressing conflict and challenging moments in the Zoom classroom, using examples such as dealing with microaggressions, insults, or bias in discussions or written posts. We will discuss specific teaching strategies to use in these “hot moments”. Resources and tools will be offered to explore these topics further.



Questions? Please contact Mascha Gemein ( or Katie Southard (