Disability access

Communication, Zoom Events & Disability Access

A presentation by UC Berkeley Disability Access and Compliance covering best practices for communicating with disabled people, making presentations and distributed materials most accessible, and the UC Berkeley process for ensuring legally compliant Zoom meetings.

History of Human Rights Movement and Disability Activism at UC Berkeley (Disability Access and Compliance)

A brief history of how UC Berkeley became hallowed ground for the Disability Rights Movement worldwide by starting a civil and human rights movement which advocates for equal opportunity for disabled people and pushed back against the Eugenics Movement in this country. This document is a transcript of a speech Ella Callow from UC Berkeley Disability Access and Compliance gave during a Teaching in Troubled Times event on campus.

DSP Resources for Faculty

Curated resources for faculty on teaching students with disabilities, including providing accommodations, making accessible classrooms and course materials, and inclusive design.

Accessible Syllabus

This website is dedicated to helping instructors build a syllabus that plans for diverse student abilities and promotes an atmosphere in which students feel comfortable discussing their unique abilities.

National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity NCFDD Events

NCFDD hosts a series of events on various topics related to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.

Division of Equity and Inclusion consulting and training

Organizational consulting, facilitation and training to help departments with a broad range of emerging challenges and opportunities, including addressing unconscious bias, addressing and improving departmental climate, and strategic planning for equity, inclusion and diversity

Teaching in Troubled Times

These timely, interactive dialogues feature dynamic campus panelists and engage the Berkeley community in exploring how equity and justice challenges – locally, regionally and nationally – are impacting our students, instructors, classrooms, and campus.