Universal Design for Learning Puts Tech Together For all Students


Cheryl A. Wissick
Susan W. Quinn
Kathleen Heiss

Center for Excellence in Special Education Technology
College of Education
University of South Carolina, Columbia campus
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A universally designed curriculum provides students with equal opportunities to learn. Teachers are challenged to find efficient and effective methods to design UDL-based instruction. Come explore simple techniques and free tech tools or apps that will make your lessons, presentations, and distance learning materials accessible for all students. First decide what barriers exist for your students and then choose tools to reduce those barriers.

Objectives

The participants will learn about accessibility options with:
  • Tools for Learning * specifically: Free Web 2.0 tools, Apps and Options in Google Chrome
  • Techniques * to apply when creating documents and presentations


For more information contact:
Susan W Quinn 803-777-8407 susanq@sc.edu
Cheryl A Wissick 803-777-8859 cwissick@sc.edu

Kathleen Heiss kheiss@ed.sc.gov Department of Education, Assistive Technology Specialist