• While various learning styles might be a point of debate, not everyone is coming to your course from the same level of preparation or commitment to the material. Students also come from different backgrounds, linguistic, academic, and with varying degrees of wellness
  • Providing digital review materials from class can help a student adapt that material to his or her own learning preference. Machine-readable versions of the lecture materials can assist with refining notes, and can easily be translated, enlarged, or machine-spoken, allowing for various needs. Audio and visual materials may make course concepts clear at a glance, and help those who might not easily understand written descriptions
  • Being flexible about some of the course assignments, for instance allowing written work, or a video assignment or a diagram or infographic, can help students apply previously acquired knowledge to new content