The Office for Accessibility and Gender Equity has curated training resources to help you learn and engage at your convenience. Here is a list of OAGE and campus partner offerings to support accessibility efforts across campus.

The Law & Accommodating All Abilities - GET 807

UF employees completing this training will gain an understanding of the laws that protect against disability discrimination. This course will help you to identify and eliminate barriers to inclusion and explore best practices related to workplace accommodations.

Duration: 30 Minutes

Delivery: Web-based in myTraining

GET 807 Course

Campus Partner Offerings


Educator Resources

The Center for Teaching Excellence and the Center for Information Technology and Training has a variety of options for developing inclusive teaching practices. The Centers offer several methods of engaging including; podcasts, courses, guides, and videos. Below are the links to several resources designed specifically to increase access and facilitate inclusive learning environments.


Center for Teaching Excellence


Universal Design for Learning/Learning Disabilities

Passport Series: Great Teaching using Universal Design Certificate


Center for Information Technology and Training

Teaching for Inclusivity and Accessibility

Division of Student Life

Disability Resource Center

The Disability Resource Center (DRC) ensures access for students with disabilities as outlined by the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The DRC provides faculty with resources on how to communicate with students regarding academic accommodations and to fulfill the university Policy on Course Syllabi.

Faculty Page

Universal Design in the Classroom

Academic Accommodations