Neurodiversity & Disability Aren't Problems, But UDL is the Solution
UDL Touchdown: making a play for all learners
About the session
Higher Ed institutions have rightfully welcomed more and more diverse students in recent decades, but how can colleges welcome, support, and help each student succeed from admission to graduation? UDL-inspired design thinking can make the difference so that the great multitude of diverse students can not only survive, but thrive throughout their college journey.
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