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Accessibility Angle: Accessibility Best Practices-Issues and Solutions

Accessibility Best Practices: Issues and Solutions

Following our regular series on accessibility. Tania Heap lists common issues faculty face and possible solutions anyone can use.

Common Issues

Basic Solutions

Required course materials (i.e., on which students are assessed) are not...

Family Photography at North Texas

The UNT Libraries house multiple photographic collections of family photographers.  The archival collections span multiple generations of photographers and tell the story of family not only through the photographs but through the photographers themselves.

The Joe and Junebug Clark Collection contains the work of a father and son who were both commercial...

Child and Family Resource Clinic

The College of Education supports the Child and Family Research Clinic. The Child and Family Resource Clinic is a counseling and training clinic that serves the Denton County community. The CFRC offers counseling to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families for issues including learning, emotional, and adjustment difficulties. The CFRC's purpose is twofold: to provide...

Family Attachment Lab

The Department of Psychology houses the Family Attachment Lab.  The mission of the Family Attachment Lab (FAL) is to increase our understanding of interpersonal processes underlying psychological risk and resilience by (a) developing integrated theoretical models, (b) conducting basic science research to test theoretical postulates, and (c) providing essential training in family research...

November is Family Stories Month

November is Family Stories Month

At UNT family is important. We grow stronger from the families of our students, our faculty, and our staff. Many of our faculty teach topics related to family and even research family history. This month’s faculty newsletter tells some stories of UNT’s family. As you read along with, remember to set aside some time to spend with your...

News from the UNT Libraries

The UNT Libraries Journal Hosting service provides a platform for hosting online journals that are free to read immediately upon publication (i.e. “open access”), don’t charge publication fees, and include open licenses by which authors retain their copyright to all published materials.  The service is free to use for full-time UNT faculty who serve as editors or editorial board...

News from the Faculty Senate

We are delighted to welcome the following new Faculty Senators to the 2019/2020 Faculty Senate: Mei Chang (Senator At-Large), Group I: Chris Lam; Group II: Erin O-Toole, Jacqueline Walker; Group III: William Cherry; Group IV: Scott Belshaw; Group V: Jeffrey Britain; Divesh Ojha; and Group VI: Briton Hagan, Tao Zhang. We also welcome temporary Senators who are serving their faculty group for...

Chief's Corner- Care Team

UNT prides itself on being a close-knit community that cares about each other. Here at the UNT Police Department, we work with partners across campus to provide support for our entire community.

For this reason, resources like the CARE Team are in place to offer support if you have a student whose behavior is disruptive to themselves or the environment. Faculty and staff can...

Accessibility Angle

One of the objectives of Faculty Success (OFS) is to provide UNT’s faculty with the tools that they to successfully teach our students. Increasingly, making our courses open and accessible to all is an important feature of this objective. Starting with this issue, we are kicking off a regular feature in the OFS newsletter – the accessibility angle.  The month’s feature is on Dr. Tania Heap,...

LGBTQ Archive Speaker Series

UNT Libraries has partnered with Resource Center and The Dallas Way to present a fall speaker series benefiting the UNT LGBTQ Archive. Three speakers, all of whom are past UNT Special Collections Research Fellows, will speak on different topics related to LGBTQ history. The speaker series will take place Resource Center’s Louis L. Borick Foundation...

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