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ALISE Webinar | Accessing Abilities Through Universal Design for Learning: The Challenge, the Opportunity, the Responsibility
Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST
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Accessing Ability Through Universal Design for Learning: The Challenge, the Opportunity, the Responsibility

Presented By:

Clayton A. Copeland, Director, Laboratory for Leadership in Equity and Diversity (LLEAD), and Instructor, School of Library and Information Science, College of Information and Communications, University of South Carolina

Moderated By:

Kim M. Thompson, Associate Professor, University of South Carolina

Presenter Bio

Dr. Clayton Copeland webinar presenter

Dr. Clayton A. Copeland is Director of the SLIS Laboratory for Leadership in Equity and Diversity (LLEAD) and helps manage the Linda Lucas Walling Collection for Universal Access. Her research focuses upon equity of access to information for under-served populations and literacy. She also pursues research interests in technology, Universal Design, facilities planning, materials and programming for children and young adults, and information behavior.

 

Presentation Description: 

All learners have varying needs and abilities. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) employs a variety of instructional methods to eliminate barriers to learning and offer all students opportunities for learning success. This webinar presents the impact of accessibility and the integration of tools and resources that facilitate multi-modal learning for all students, along with concrete strategies for implementing accessibility and multi-modal learning into physical and digital classroom environments.

Webinar:  Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 1:00 - 2:00 pm EST