Friday 8th May, 2015
9:30am to 11:30am
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an instructional design framework focused on accommodating learner variability, removing unintentional barriers to learning, and developing expert learners. The UDL framework suggests flexible goals, methods, materials, and assessments which transform teaching and learning. The presenters believe that infusing UDL into information literacy instruction supports students’ learning and mastery of critical information literacy concepts. The presenters will model UDL techniques as they introduce the UDL framework, help attendees take stock of their current information literacy instruction methods and introduce resources available to implement information literacy curriculum and assessment. Participants will explore UDL, incorporating the active learning and self reflection that ensure learners’ success.
Assistant University Librarian for Public Services, Albert S. Cook Library, Towson University
Research and Instructional Librarian for Visual Arts and Education, Towson University
Residency Librarian, Towson University
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6th–8th May 2015