November 8, 2019 | Addressing Barriers: Using Digital Tools to Create Flexible Assignments

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Using Digital Tools to Create Flexible Assignments

Friday, November 8, 2019
10-10:50 am Pacific / 1-1:50 pm Eastern

Wilson Media Lab, Middlebury College and Online via Zoom

This session in our Addressing Barriers series dives deeper into the Universal Design for Learning guideline Multiple Means of Action and Expression: Provide Options for Expression and Communication. We’ll spend some time familiarizing ourselves with the guideline and its 3 checkpoints, and then move to a hands-on exploration of digital tools that can be used to support learning activities and environments that allow for all learners to demonstrate their understanding.

Facilitated by Dr. Sarah Lohnes Watulak, DLINQ Director of Digital Pedagogy and Media, and Heather Stafford, DLINQ Instructional Designer


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