Yale University

Accessibility, Audio Texts, and the Persistence of Print

Accessibility, Audio Texts, and the Persistence of Print

On The Chronicle of Higher Education, Assistant Director of Educational Technology at Yale University Michelle Morgan asks education professionals to consider the historical bias toward printed text, and to look for opportunities to consider alternative methods of delivering course materials. This will be of benefit not just for the students who need it, but all students, because in doing so professors and teachers can flesh out the learning experience.

University Staff Learn Stereotypes Hurt

University Staff Learn Stereotypes Hurt

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion at Yale University sponsors a series of workshops to inspire feelings of inclusion among staff. One session, called “OUCH! That Stereotype Hurts,” focuses on the negative impact of stereotypes and offers strategies for speaking up against them in a positive way. According to YaleNews, the university’s diversity and inclusion-related training has been offered to more than 1,000 staff members, with extremely positive feedback.