SOS Shared Resources
The SOS ID team is happy to share the expertise in accessibility standards regarding educational technology. We are highly involved in the process of implementation of accessibility standards as the ASU-wide campaign. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
- The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Frequently Asked Questions – FERPA for Faculty and Staff
- The ASU Disability Resource Center: Faculty Portal
- Ally is a tool for improving the accessibility of course documents
- Kathy Marks firstname.lastname@example.org is the contact for Web Accessibility at ASU. She runs accessibility “office hours”.
Digital Assets and Templates
- Digital Assets and Templates
- Empowered by Templates
- 7 Steps to Create Accessible Powerpoint Slideshow
Teaching Strategies for Large Enrollment
SOS Course Template
Please contact SOS IDs to assist you with the course design. Please see the form (SOS ID Resource Menu) and the screenshots of the templates attached.
You can download ASU Online templates from here: http://onlinestudio.asu.edu/design-support
Student Weekly Load Calculator
Please see the example “Student Load Calculator_3credits_per week” developed by Glenda Whetten attached.
How Much Should We Assign? Estimating Out of Class Workload
In asking this question, most are not seeking guidance about the number of out of class hours they can demand of students. Despite evidence that the average college student only spends 12-15 hours a week studying, there seems to be general agreement that the Carnegie Unit recommendation of two hours out of class for every credit hour, or 24-36 hours a week, is a perfectly reasonable expectation. Read more