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This week, check out a UDL success story at Ringgold Elementary School and see information on Jodie Black and Eric J. Moore’s newly released book on UDL in higher education. Mark your calendar for the outstanding upcoming UDL events on expert learners and UDL in higher education. 

We’re taking a summer break on our weekly updates, but we’ll be right back with you in a few weeks!

UDL Spotlight

UDL in Action
We love hearing UDL implementation success stories, and Ringgold Elementary School is no exception! If a student says they’re becoming an “expert learner,” that’s when you know you’re headed in the right direction. Read the full story here

Book Study: UDL Navigators in Higher Education
Jodie Black and Eric J. Moore explore the ways UDL can “improve teaching and learning in higher education” in their field guide, UDL Navigators in Higher Education. Get it here!

Upcoming Events

CAST Symposium: Becoming Expert Learners
Save the date for this fabulous three day event focused on the power of expert learning! August 7-9 in Cambridge, MA. Learn more and register

Third Pan-Canadian Conference on UDL

The Third Pan-Canadian Conference on UDL is October 2-4, 2019 at Royal Roads University. Learn more and register!

UDL Higher Ed Digicon 2019
Mark your calendars for the inaugural UDL in Higher Education DigiCon on October 18, 2019 from 9am – 4pm ET. Learn more!

We’re Going on Summer Vacation

We’re going to take a brief summer break for the weekly email updates. We’ll keep in touch throughout the summer with updates on upcoming events and important notices, just not on a regular basis. 

If you have any questions or would like to stay in contact with us over the summer, please email McKenzie Nicholis at mckenzie.nicholis@udl-irn.org

As always, we welcome your feedback and would be happy to hear from you! If you have suggestions, want to become more engaged, or have events you want highlighted, let us know. Please reply to this email with your questions and comments.

Thank you,
with the UDL-IRN Team