Enhancing the learning experience: Championing UDL in your classroom

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) has seen a heightened focus over the past couple of years, but what does this mean for you?

23rd February 2022, 13:00PM (US Eastern Time)


Glean’s purpose is simple: make learning from class more accessible, effective and easy. Glean helps students to take notes independently, which as we’ve seen has been linked to student achievement. 

We’ve designed this webinar with faculty and instructors in mind to provide insights on:

  • Why faculty support is so important for achieving effective UDL
  • Address common concerns about learning technology, like Glean

We’ll be joined by a panel of disability support professionals from Virginia Tech and Cornell University, who will share their experience of working with faculty on UDL and how this has accelerated over the pandemic on their campuses.

There will of course be space to submit questions for us and the panel. We hope to see you there!

Our panel


Cora McIlwain

Head of Customer Success


Mark Nichols

Senior Director of Universal Design and Accessible Technologies, Virginia Tech


Christa Miller

Associate Director for Students with Disabilities, Virginia Tech


Sarah Bonawitz

Assistant Director & Disability Access Consultant, Cornell University

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