Universal Design for Learning at SUNY

We seek 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.

We encourage you to register for at least one of the many professional development opportunities provided by this project:

 

This comprehensive introduction to the Universal Design for Learning framework is delivered over 6 (1-hour) sessions over Zoom, with additional activities and instructional materials available on D2L Brightspace. Participants who successfully complete the requirements of this workshop, which includes designing a lesson plan based on the UDL framework, earn a digital Credly badge.

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A self-paced online course. delivered on D2L Brightspace, will provide a comprehensive introduction to the Universal Design for Learning framework. Participants who successfully complete the requirements of the course will earn a digital Credly badge.

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On-Campus Workshops

These one-day, face-to-face Introduction to Universal Design for Learning workshops were delivered to 153 SUNY faculty, staff and instructional designers on six SUNY campuses in the Spring 2023 semester.

A series of one-hour online webinars addressing specific topics of interest related to Universal Design for Learning in higher education. Can't attend? No problem! We will house the recordings for each Access for All webinar on this site.

These webinars are offered by Empire State University’s Center for Autism Advocacy: Research, Education, and Supports (CAARES) and SUNY System Universal Design for Learning Initiative through the Office of University Life.

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For questions, please contact Meghan Martin, SUNY CPD Program Coordinator.