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Universal Design for Learning: Making Your Teaching Work for Everyone Online

Universal Design for Learning is a set of principles to guide instructors in creating truly accessible learning environments in which all learners can thrive. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the principles of Universal Design for Learning – multiple means of representation, multiple means of action and expression, and multiple means of engagement. Participants will have a chance to discuss potential barriers to implementing UDL and brainstorm ways of overcoming these barriers together.

 

Presenters:

  • Molly Maloney, Pharmacy Liaison Librarian, UB Libraries
  • Emily Carlin, College Librarian, Erie Community College

 

Facilitator:

  • Beth Fellendorf

 

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This event is offered as part of the Summer Webinar series which is a collaborative event sponsored by the UB Educational Design Collaborative (UB EDC), UB Libraries, UB Information Technology (UBIT), the Center for Educational Innovation (CEI), and various UB Schools and units. This event is hosted by the UB Libraries.

To learn more about the EDC, or to join us, check out the Education Design Collaborative Website. EDC consists of individuals from the university instructional support community who are dedicated to the advancement and growth of teaching and learning initiatives across UB.

Send questions to ubedc@buffalo.edu

This series is targeted to faculty and is open to anyone who wishes to attend.

Can't join us live? Register and you will be notified when the recording is available.

Recordings from the winter-session webinar series are available on the EDC website.

Date:
Tuesday, July 27, 2021
Time:
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Categories:
  All Workshops     Teaching  
Online:
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.

Registration is required. There are 58 seats available.

Event Organizer

Molly Maloney
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Roberta Sullivan

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