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Imagine walking into a classroom where learning takes on various forms, all designed to engage your different senses. In this approach, known as multimodal learning, you are not just reading text or listening to lectures. You interact with material through videos, podcasts, hands-on projects, and even virtual reality experiences. Your eyes, ears, and even touch are harnessed to provide a richer understanding of the content. This form of learning acknowledges that you, like many others, may have different preferences and strengths in how you learn. By combining visual, auditory, and kinesthetic methods, the content becomes more accessible and meaningful to you. The diverse range of resources can foster your deeper connection with the subject, meeting you where you are and helping you thrive in your educational journey.

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Faculty can drop-in and get help with Canvas, Panopto, Universal Design, Poll Everywhere, Respondus, Turnitin, and any other instructional technologies.

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