Friday, May 24, 2019, 1-2 EST
Facilitator: Thomas J. Tobin, University of Wisconsin-Madison
There are many resources out there to help faculty members and instructional designers to increase students’ access to content, sense of control and choice in interactions, and level of engagement with each other, instructors, and the wider world. In this virtual roundtable conversation, we’ll explore how the tenets of universal design for learning (UDL) can help teaching and learning center leaders to expand faculty access, participation rates, and practice adoption of our own educational development programming. Come to this interactive conversation to share good practices and learn from your colleagues about what works—and learn more about the neuroscience of why UDL is such a powerful framework for all kinds of learners, including our faculty colleagues.