Foundations is the first set of three modules in the McBurney Center's training series. Foundations is also available as a self-paced, Learn@UW course with quiz questions for UW-Madison faculty, staff, and students.
- Instructions for enrolling a group of UW-Madison users in the self-paced, Learn@UW course (recommended for students in a particular course, a group of department staff, a committee, etc.)
- Self-registration in the self-paced, Learn@UW course (recommended for individuals with NetIDs interested in the course)
This professional development series has been created to assist the UW-Madison community in understanding the history, resources, policies and procedures associated with providing access and accommodations to individuals with disabilities on our campus. Modules 1-3 include an overview of the disability rights movement, the history of accommodation and services at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, and how the McBurney Disability Resource Center serves students with disabilities. These modules, each approximately 7 minutes long, can be viewed individually or as a series.
The following is the public version of Foundations, which only includes the videos and related links. It does not include the interactive quiz questions. If you are a faculty, staff, or student with a NetID at UW-Madison, it is recommended that you check out the options for enrolling in the Learn@UW self-paced Foundations course.
Module 1 Related Links:
Module 2 Related Links: