presentation introduction slide with the title, From Silos to Systems: Getting Started with UDL in Higher Education

From Silos to Systems: Getting Started with UDL in Higher Ed

Higher education has a unique landscape that influences the methods of implementing and scaling UDL. This resource was recorded to summarize a workshop session from the 2019 UDL-IRN Summit, focusing on implementing UDL into higher education systems, practices, and thinking.

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Higher education has a unique landscape that influences the methods of implementing and scaling UDL. This resource was recorded to summarize a workshop session from the 2019 UDL-IRN Summit. The workshop presentation focuses on networking and collaboration with others in higher education who are working towards implementing UDL into their systems, practices, and thinking. From Eric Moore's research, he presents a five-level model of UDL implementation in higher ed from the preparation level to the university-structural support level. The presentation helps higher education professionals identify strategies for moving to the next level of implementation. It emphasizes the opportunity to network and create a community of practice to support one another in our common objectives moving forward.

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presentation introduction slide with the title, From Silos to Systems: Getting Started with UDL in Higher Education

From Silos to Systems: Getting Started with UDL in Higher Ed

Higher education has a unique landscape that influences the methods of implementing and scaling UDL. This resource was recorded to summarize a workshop session from the 2019 UDL-IRN Summit, focusing on implementing UDL into higher education systems, practices, and thinking.

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Higher education has a unique landscape that influences the methods of implementing and scaling UDL. This resource was recorded to summarize a workshop session from the 2019 UDL-IRN Summit. The workshop presentation focuses on networking and collaboration with others in higher education who are working towards implementing UDL into their systems, practices, and thinking. From Eric Moore's research, he presents a five-level model of UDL implementation in higher ed from the preparation level to the university-structural support level. The presentation helps higher education professionals identify strategies for moving to the next level of implementation. It emphasizes the opportunity to network and create a community of practice to support one another in our common objectives moving forward.

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Eric J. Moore

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Mindy Johnson presents at the 2017 UDL-IRN Summit

#UDLrockstars and the Culture of Sharing

This conference proceeding describes how to best share UDL culture to advance the UDL movement.

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How do we spread the UDL message effectively while addressing misconceptions and allowing the framework to evolve as we learn. #UDLrockstars do this daily, and we need to be rockstars, too. Find out what makes #UDLrockstars so effective, how to do what they do, and why more #UDLrockstars are essential to the UDL movement.

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Mindy Johnson

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November 27, 2018

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