Faculty Preparedness for Universal Design for Online Teaching at the University Level: A Systematic Review

  • Dr. Fouzia Ajmal International Islamic University, Islamabad
Keywords: Faculty Preparedness, Universal Design for Learning, Systematic Review

Abstract

The systematic review examines the readiness of faculty members to utilize and implement universal design in online learning at the university level. (Li, 2020; Sun & Chen, 2016). The purpose of this systematic review is to examine how university teachers perceive and utilize universal design in their daily classroom instructions. This systematic review explores the teachers’ readiness to implement universal design in their online courses at the university level the review includes detailed research of the most relevant literature and articles based on the readiness of faculty members to utilize universal design in teaching at the university level inst. The systematic review involved conducting a detailed search of relevant literature and articles that explored the preparedness of educators for implementing Universal Design in online higher education instruction. The procedure included a complete investigation of different survey reports and researchers that dealt with the identified problem. Assessing faculty preparedness for online education needs a thorough analysis of factors that affect teachers' preparedness which can be teachers' training and professional development institutional backing their perceptions.

Published
2024-06-11
How to Cite
Dr. Fouzia Ajmal. (2024). Faculty Preparedness for Universal Design for Online Teaching at the University Level: A Systematic Review. Research Journal of Social Sciences and Economics Review, 5(2), 38-44. https://doi.org/10.36902/rjsser-vol5-iss2-2024(38-44)