UDL-IRN Special Interest Groups

UDL-IRN Special Interest Groups

UDL-IRN Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

The goals of UDL-IRN SIGs are to network, collaborate, share, and develop materials and ideas for supporting UDL implementation and research. There are a number of areas in which special interest groups could focus that support the vision and strategic goals of the UDL-IRN. Examples include (but are not limited to) STEM/ STEAM, instructional design, research, the neuroscience of learning, product development, and digital design.

There are many benefits to becoming a part of a UDL-IRN Special Interest Group, including:

  • Recognition of UDL SIG leaders on the UDL-IRN website and platform
  • Social and project engagement opportunities at UDL-IRN Summit events
  • Opportunities to engage in action research with fellow SIG members
  • Opportunities to co-author materials for the IRN website and UDL platform

To learn more, see our UDL-IRN SIG Formation Guidelines.

If you would like to start working on an abstract proposal for the formation of a UDL-IRN SIG, please see our Higher Education Implementation Abstract outline as an example. Proposals and questions can be submitted to mckenzie.browning@udl-irn.org