The 2024-2025 theme for the microgrant program focuses on enhancing student learning by drawing on data to empower key educational practices. Faculty and instructors from all disciplines are encouraged to apply.
UW–Madison approved the new Digital Accessibility Policyto replace the existing Web Accessibility Policy that was established in 2001. The new policy goes into effect on July 1, 2023. This roadmap tracks the implementation of the new policy over the life of the project.
If you’re an instructor interested in ordering Engage digital materials for your spring semester courses, the ordering period is open.
Students employed at UW–Madison can join our research panel to provide your perspective on websites and apps. Participants earn $25 per session.
Data Empowered Educational Practices (DEEP) microgrant recipients are a diverse group of instructional faculty and administrators, each using teaching and learning data to support student success.
Our goal at UW–Madison is to ensure that all people, regardless of their ability, can use all of our public websites, applications, digital documents and experiences. Learn about the new policy—and what you can do to help.
If your fall semester courses offer digital textbooks via Engage, here’s what you need to know—including how much money students have saved on print textbooks. (Hint: It’s more than enough to satisfy a sweet tooth…)
Learn@UW–Madison’s virtual training sessions have been recorded for just-in-time viewing. Meant for faculty and staff, both new and veteran, the sessions focus on Canvas, Kaltura MediaSpace, UDOIT Accessibility Checker and more.
The Center for User Experience is building a network of digital accessibility liaisons who will help their units understand and support the new policy. Learn how you can participate.
4 microgrants on learning analytics in support of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging were awarded for the 2022-23 academic year—and the impact and ripple effects continue to grow.