UDLHE Popup Virtual Coffee on Building Equity and Inclusion Through UDL

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August 2nd, 2021 at 1pm ET

Are you interested in how UDL can speak to supporting equity and inclusion in the higher education classroom? Do you want to join a conversation to meet with others who are working through similar challenges?

Join in as Anne Ristow (University of South Florida) and Natsuko Takemae (Central Connecticut State University) facilitate a UDLHE Popup Virtual Coffee on Building Equity and Inclusion through UDL! 

This UDLHE popup meeting focuses on informal discussions and sharing ideas on ways to build equity and inclusion through UDL. We address discussion topics related to equity and inclusion along with our UDLHE values: variability, individuality, and diversity. These discussion topics are generated based on the current needs and areas to develop approaches to equity and inclusion in higher education. Walk in with an open heart (with a cup of coffee, tea, or anything pleases!) and walk away with sparks to ignite your actions toward equity and inclusion through UDL! As a UDLHE Network, together, we make connections and relationships amongst the UDLHE values for a greater impact of our mission. 

Register for the popup.

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