UDL Navigators in Higher Education: A Field Guide
Jodie Black & Eric J. MooreDate
$17.99 (ISBN: 9781930583450)
$17.99 (ISBN: 9781930583467)
About the Book
You know that Universal Design for Learning (UDL) can improve teaching and learning in higher education. You want to share UDL’s innovative best practices on campus and throughout your institution. Yet getting buy-in for trying new approaches can be tough given the many different stakeholder interests represented by faculty, departments, and administrative offices. You can feel like you are navigating through dark, rocky shoals.
That’s where this book can help. Jodie Black and Eric J. Moore have been at the vanguard of UDL implementation at their respective institutions. In UDL Navigators in Higher Education: A Field Guide, they share strategies and resources for introducing UDL to postsecondary systems. Topics include …
- Program-level design
- Course-level design
- Instructional experience
- Technology selection and use
- Accessibility services
- Professional learning
Since no two postsecondary institutions are alike, Black and Moore group their advice in themes that can be transferred and tailored to address the particular needs, culture, and values of your setting. UDL Navigators in Higher Education: A Field Guide—don’t set off without it!
UDL Navigators in Higher Education is the third title in the CAST Skinny Books™ series.
UDL Navigators in Higher Education: A Field Guide is available in paperback ($17.99, 126 pages, ISBN: 9781930583450) and accessible EPUB ($17.99, ISBN: 9781930583467) format.
About the Authors
Jodie Black is a teaching and learning specialist at Fleming College in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.
Eric J. Moore is the Director of Learning Technology at the Kennedy Krieger Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and young adults with neurological and developmental needs. He is an experienced educator with 15 years of experience as a teacher, faculty member, and instructional designer.
Table of Contents
- About the Authors
- Introduction: Common Themes in Higher Education
- Chapter 1: UDL and Program-Level Design
- Chapter 2: UDL and Course-Level Design
- Chapter 3: UDL + Teaching and Learning
- Chapter 4: UDL and Technology
- Chapter 5: UDL and Accessibility Services
- Chapter 6: UDL and Professional Learning
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