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UDL-Con: International

This year, for the first time, CAST’s Annual Symposium and the UDL-IRN Summit are joining forces to create the world’s largest International UDL Convention. We are excited to bring together these two events to develop and explore how UDL can be used around the world to break down barriers to learning.
Department of Education digital accessibility audits: The importance of being proactive SPEAKERS: CYNTHIA CURRY (CAST; AEM CENTER); DANIEL MCNULTY (PATINS); MARK NICHOLS (VIRGINIA TECH); RUTH ZIOLKOWSKI (TEXTHELP)

Department of Education Digital Accessibility Audits: The Importance of Being Proactive

With the U.S. Department of Education conducting digital accessibility compliance reviews, our partners at Texthelp created this useful webinar to shed more light on why the audits are taking place and the importance of constantly improving when it comes to accessibility in K-12 and Higher Education.
Live webinar: Supporting Educators’ Use of Game Based Learning Environments as Formal and Informal Assessments. Panelists: Jessica Hunt, Michelle Taub, and Matthew Marino.

Supporting Educators’ Use of Game Based Learning Environments as Formal and Informal Assessments

Upcoming CIDDL Webinar February 23rd at 2pm ET Preparing educators to use student assessment data to make instructional adjustments can improve student outcomes. Game-based learning environments and related technologies are one tool educators can use to enhance their understanding of
Tile shows text: PresentPal Webinar Ignoring and avoiding communication skills: Exploring the impact on students with disabilities. 27th October 2021 at 3pm ET.

Ignoring and Avoiding Communication Skills: Exploring the Impact on Students with Disabilities

Upcoming Webinar from Present Pal Wednesday 27th October, 3pm EST Featured Speakers: Ed Zirkle (Florida State College, Jacksonville), and Amer Latif (Present Pal) In this webinar, Ed Zirkle and Amer Latif will explore the impact of ignoring and avoiding public speaking