Universal Design for Learning Institute
Dartmouth's inaugural Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Institute is for anyone wishing to improve the accessibility of their Dartmouth course(s).
Dartmouth's inaugural Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Institute will take place June 20-22, 2022 and is for anyone wishing to improve the accessibility of their Dartmouth course(s). No prior UDL knowledge necessary – participants will work independently, in groups, and one-on-one with UDL coaches to design two or more interventions they can implement in an existing course.
The institute aims to help faculty integrate UDL into their courses to better meet the needs of all students, including neurodiverse learners – those who learn differently due to conditions such as ADHD, autism, dyslexia – as well as first-generation college students, international students, English language learners, and students of other marginalized identities.
Visit the Accessible Dartmouth Initiative website for more information and to apply. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and June 13, 2022 at 11:59 PM is the deadline to apply.