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UDL + Quercus: 5 Strategies for Structure and Navigation

16 June 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


Michal Kasprzak, Assistant Director, TATP/CTSI
Anna Limanni, Faculty Liaison, Teaching, Learning and Technology, CTSI

Want to design learning that engages all your students? Interested in using Quercus to overcome barriers to learning in your course? Want to re-develop resources, activities, and assessments? This series of four webinars uses Universal Design for Learning Principles in combination with evidence-based practices and specific Quercus features to help you create a more accessible and inclusive learning experience for your students. Join us for a hands-on exploration of practices and design principles that promote learning for all students.

Join us for one or all four webinars!

Webinar 1: UDL + Quercus: 5 Strategies for Structure and Navigation

Effective course structure and navigation helps promote students’ self-directed learning and time management. Learn how to do this in Quercus using these key strategies:

  1. Optimizing the Course Navigation menu
  2. Using the Calendar tool effectively
  3. Organizing course content with Modules
  4. Contextualizing Module content with Pages
  5. Creating a screencast ‘walkthrough’ of your course


Please note, a UTORid is required for registration to all CTSI workshops. If you do not have a UTORid please contact for further assistance.


You can use the session link provided below to access the webinar. Full instructions on how to join and use Blackboard Collaborate Ultra (the webinar platform) are attached here.

For the best experience, please use the latest versions of Google Chrome or Firefox, along with headphones and a microphone. If you do not have access to a mic or do not wish to speak, you are welcome to use the integrated chat function as well.

*Please join the session 5-10 minutes before the scheduled start time.*