When done well, online education can make learning more accessible to non-traditional students, including returning students, students in rural locations, and those with family and work obligations. In this webinar aimed at graduate students and postdoctoral students, we will review the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL). We will then consider how to apply the UDL framework both to constructing online classes from scratch and modifying existing courses to promote accessible and equitable learning environments.
In this workshop, participants will:
Review the framework of universal design for learning
Consider how to apply universal design to online course design.
Brainstorm how to apply lessons of UDL to modifying existing course content to promote accessibility and equity.
Register at https://cee.ucdavis.edu/learning-teaching/workshops. Zoom link will be sent to registered participants the day prior.