Although student centered learning and use of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) has taken hold in many pre K-12 districts and classrooms across the country, its assimilation into higher education has been slower. Lecture still seems to dominate most face-to-face courses. Conversely, today’s undergraduate learners are typically digital natives; that is, they have grown up and are comfortable with technology. How can post-secondary educators reduce lecture, increase learner engagement, and take a significant step toward incorporating technology and putting UDL principles into practice? This resource introduces Flipgrid, an online video social platform that provides multiple options for engagement, representation, and action and expression with course learning.