Universal Design for Learning is an approach to curriculum that minimizes barriers and maximizes learning for all students. In the higher education realm, UDL tends to get moved into the disability services sector, and that’s fine in one way… but UDL is about minimizing barriers and maximizing learning for all students.
The UDL agenda has shifted on campus significantly over the past 18 months. How do we capitalize on the discussions around access that have been happening during blended learning and push for more inclusive classrooms? And how do we incorporate universal design into how note taking support is delivered?
Glean is committed to creating inclusive learning technology that provides a platform for UDL in the classroom.
We want to 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.
In this free webinar, we’ll discuss the importance of universal design for learning, and how disability services can promote UDL principles across campus.
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