Class Information

Applying Universal Design for Learning to Enhance the Student Experience
Courtney Hebert


Date: 11/02/2022  01:00 PM - 02:30 PM
Location: Zoom   Zoom 2

Course Description

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework designed to empower students from varied backgrounds to actively participate in their courses and apply their learning to the greatest extent possible. Application of the UDL principles involves thoughtful consideration and selection of course materials, teaching methods, and assessment strategies. Join us in this interactive workshop where we share strategies for using the principles of UDL in your course. 

By the end of this workshop, you will be able to: 

  1.  Explain the three principles of UDL and how the principles can be applied to course design.  
  2.  Apply UDL guidelines in creating learning experiences. 

Important: This workshop will be limited to a minimum of five (5) registered participants and a maximum of twenty (20) registered participants. If a quorum of five hasn’t been established by 2 days prior to the session, we will cancel the workshop and notify registrants. Once the workshop reaches capacity, additional registrants will be automatically added to a waitlist. 

For faculty/staff outside of LSU A&M: To register, please use your @lsu.edu credentials (i.e., the credentials you use when you log into myLSU), not your campus email address.