Multiple Means of Student Engagement through Universal Design Learning (UDL)
Description: Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a commonly used “framework to improve and optimize teaching and learning for all people based on scientific insights into how humans learn” (UDL, 2020). Instructors can embrace more effective and accessible course design for all learners by. incorporating UDL guidelines.
Faculty presenters from across the UH system will share their ideas and tips on creating an engaging learning environment and incorporating learning activities that align well with accessibility guidelines. Topics covered during this webinar include:
- UDL Guidelines Overview
- UDL and Student Engagement Examples
- Accessibility Tips for Synchronous meetings and Instructional Videos
- Accessibility Resources
This webinar is a UHOIC collaboration with the UHM William S. Richardson School of Law and the UHM Center for Teaching Excellence.
- Laura Chuang (UH Online Innovation Center)
- Thomas Conway (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa)
- Coty Gonzales (Honolulu Community College))
- Gloria Niles (University of Hawai’i – West Oʻahu)
- Webinar Archived Recording (44:24, Youtube)
- Presentation (Google Slides)
- Q&A Supplemental Resources (Google Docs)