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Design an Online Course for all Learners | Online Learning Community of Practice Series In this session, Tonya Hussin, Instructional Designer in the office of Online Learning, will explore accessibility and Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to address different challenges in designing effective online learning experiences. =========================================================================== Join us via Zoom for a 45-minute interactive session, bringing together UT faculty and an Online Learning staff into a learning community of practice. Tonya Hussin will provide a short educational presentation on the topic and will give ample time for interaction, discussion, and practice-based brainstorming. Online Programs Workshop Registration View Workshop Times
ONLINE, SELF-PACED: Implementing UDL on Canvas

This self-paced course will give you the opportunity to learn about Universal Design for Learning (UDL). UDL advocates for accessible and inclusive instructional approaches that meet the needs and abilities of diverse learners. After completing this course, you will be able to design engaging, effective, and accessible courses using the Canvas features and other technology tools.

Learning outcomes

  • Define the main concepts of UDL
  • Identify a three-step process for implementing the UDL principles in designing and developing instruction and assessment
  • Utilize Canvas and other technology tools to design a flexible learning environment that presents instructional content and communication via alternate media and formats
  • Identify strategies and tools for facilitating mastery-oriented feedback; learner organization, self-management, and study skills; and collaboration.
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Universal Design for Learning (UDL): A Conversation About Action & Expression Standards The third session of a three-part series goes more in-depth into Universal Design for Learning guidelines for Action & Expression. Action & Expression guidelines focus on the "how" of learning and aim to create strategic and goal-directed learners. We'll discuss and demonstrate strategies you might consider for ensuring that all learners can successfully navigate your learning environment and express what they have learned. OIT Training View Workshop Times
Universal Design for Learning (UDL): A Conversation About Engagement Standards The first session of a three-part series goes more in-depth into the Universal Design for Learning guidelines for learner engagement. Engagement guidelines focus on the "why" of learning and aim to create purposeful and motivated learners. We'll discuss and demonstrate strategies you might consider for transforming students into motivated, engaged learners. OIT Training View Workshop Times
Universal Design for Learning (UDL): A Conversation About Representation Standards The second session of a three-part series goes more in-depth into the Universal Design for Learning guidelines for curriculum representation. Representation guidelines focus on the "what" of learning and aim to create resourceful and knowledgeable learners. We'll discuss and demonstrate strategies you might consider for ensuring that all learners perceive and comprehend course materials and presentations. OIT Training View Workshop Times
Universal Design for Learning (UDL): The Basics An overview of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) that covers the basics: What is UDL? How can I use it? Why should I care? We’ll address some misconceptions about UDL, as well as show how it can improve learning outcomes for students. OIT Training There are no scheduled workshop times. Contact us for more info.
Using Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to motivate and engage diverse learners Everyone learns differently. The college classroom is becoming more diverse with students bringing different learning preferences, needs, and backgrounds into the learning space. UDL is intended to motivate and engage students in the learning process based on scientific insights into how humans learn. By effectively incorporating UDL into your course design, you would be able to offer a more engaging learning experience for your students. In this session, we will 1. Describe major component of UDL 2. Identify teaching strategies infused by the UDL framework to motivate and engage diverse learners TLI Workshop Registration There are no scheduled workshop times. Contact us for more info.