Universal Design for Learning Online Teaching Asynchronous (Online!) Workshop, October 21-26

Development Opportunity

The Provost’s office, in conjunction with the Office of Graduate and Extended Learning, invites you to participate in a seven-day, asynchronous workshop focused on the Universal Design for Learning approach.
Participation in this workshop is fully sponsored for up to 30 faculty members, so this professional development class is a great opportunity to learn this critical approach to course design at no personal financial cost!

Program Description

The course, Applying Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Principles to Online Courses to Increase Accessibility and Engagement, is offered by the Online Learning Consortium (OLC; formerly the Sloan Consortium).
This course will instruct participants on how to build flexibility and accessibility into online courses in order to meet the needs of a diverse population of learners.
Program Dates
October 21, 2019 – October 27, 2019
Program Format
  • This is a one-week, online, asynchronous course
  • Anticipate about 6 – 8 hours of participation over the course of the week
Program Description
Program Registration Information
  • All registrations must be received by Monday, October 7th
  • Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis
UDL Course Registration