ELI Webinar: Universal Design for Learning

Universal Design for Learning

May 11, 2015


1:00–2:00 p.m. ET (UTC-4)

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Sam JohnstonSam Johnston
Research Scientist


Christina BoschChristina Bosch
Instructional Designer & Research Associate


Today's learners have diverse abilities and backgrounds, including students with physical, sensory, and learning disabilities, differing cultural and linguistic backgrounds, and varied preferences and motivations for learning. As faculty, you are responsible for ensuring that you provide learning opportunities that ensure student success. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) assists in meeting the challenge of diversity by providing flexible instructional materials, techniques, and strategies for designing instruction and institutional policies and practices more broadly. The purpose of the event is to:

  1. Learn how UDL helps instructors design for all learners from the outset.
  2. Consider the importance of using all three UDL principles in creating curriculum and institutional practices.
  3. Understand opportunities and challenges for UDL implementation in postsecondary education settings.

Additional Resources

Technical Requirements

You must have an Internet connection and be able to access Adobe Connect. Please see the technical information page to learn more.

Mobile Devices: Attend using the Adobe Connect mobile app (found on iTunes or Google Play). Note: Some features may be limited. BlackBerry devices are not supported.

If you have problems completing the test or installing required software, please visit the Adobe Support web site, or call Adobe Connect Technical Support at 1-800-945-9120.

If you have audio or video issues during the event, please see our Adobe Connect Frequently Asked Questions page. If you need further assistance, please contact a meeting host using the virtual room chat pod.


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