What is Universal Design for Learning (UDL)? Here’s a definition from Cornell: Universal design for learning (UDL) is a teaching approach that works to accommodate the needs and abilities of all learners and eliminates unnecessary hurdles in the learning process.
The SUNY Universal Design for Learning for Student Empowerment Project seeks to provide support for SUNY to be a model of excellence of inclusive pedagogy in higher education by training SUNY faculty and instructional designers in the Universal Design for Learning framework.
SUNY New Paltz is hosting one of the Project’s regional conferences on Friday, March 31, 2023. This is an exciting opportunity to learn about UDL practices during a one-day, face-to-face workshop—with lunch included.
Please note: At this time, New Paltz has allocated funding for the first 30 New Paltz Faculty/Staff to attend the workshop. If you are registering after this initial 15, you will be added to a waitlist where you will then receive information regarding payment for the Workshop, which is currently $40.00 per person.
Click here to sign up: REGISTER FOR UDL Conference at SUNY NEW PALTZ
Unable to attend on March 31? That’s OK. The SUNY Universal Design for Learning for Student Empowerment Project offers both hybrid and asynchronous online courses as well. Find out more: UDL Workshops