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Remote & Online Environments

When the coronavirus pandemic hit, CAST was well positioned to help educators at all levels plan and implement remote and online learning that works for everyone. We’ve been working for years on inclusive learning design for home and off-campus learners.

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Remote Learning Resources

A curated collection of resources focused on helping educators, instructors, and facilitators make remote learning more inclusive.

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Featured Projects

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REVISE Center: A Collaborative Effort to Advance Equity in Informal STEM Education

We're helping to create more accessible and universally-designed tools for the NSF AISL Resource Center.

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MNTfolio: Customizing e-Portfolios for Undergraduate Research

Our e-portfolio is helping develop research skills in undergraduate micro nano technology researchers.

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MD Virtual Learning: Expanding Opportunities in Online & Blended Learning

We're helping design and deliver new online teaching and learning products that are engaging and fully accessible for Maryland's online learners.

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CIDDL: A Digital Network for Innovative Practices in Education

We're helping preservice education faculty in using edtech for more inclusive instruction.

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CTEfolio: Supporting Hands-on Learning in a Remote Environment

Bringing our e-portfolio work into CTE programs so students can show what they know in new ways.

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CISL: Creating Digital Tools to Empower Students

Together we will transform the digital learning landscape so that everyone has a chance to engage in and succeed in digital learning.

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COLSD: Making Online Learning Accessible & Effective

Does online learning work for students with disabilities?

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