Join us for a free webinar:
Creating Inclusive Training Through Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
Being able to create inclusive, accessible learning experiences is a critical skill, but what are the best ways to do this? Are we considering enough options as we create our training? Join Dr. Suzanne Ehrlich, Dr. Michelle Bartlett, and Nick Tillem as they share best practices based on the Universal Design for Learning (UDL).
Participants will explore and share design strategies which support the adoption and incorporation of the UDL mindset framework
Participants will discuss ways in which UDL and accessibility intersect throughout learning spaces
Participants will create a plan for incorporating UDL in the trainings and workspaces through collaborative activities
Michelle Bartlett, Ph.D., is a faculty scholar at the Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research at North Carolina State University. Michelle received her Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership with a cognate in Statistics at Clemson University. Michelle has extensive experience designing and facilitating training for post-secondary education, business, and government programs. Michelle creates programs in Executive Leadership, Change, Conflict Management, Empowering Middle Management, Improving Training Effectiveness, and Instructional Design. She serves as VP for Membership Retention on the Research Triangle Area Chapter Board and Professional Development Trustee for the Association for Career and Technical Education Research.
Dr. Suzanne Ehrlich is an Assistant Professor and program co-director in the Educational Technology, Training and Development program at the University of North Florida (UNF). She has presented nationally/internationally on the topics of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) mindset in the workplace and access in learning design. Her latest publication includes her co-authored article on Adopting a Universal Design for Learning Mindset in the Workplace. Her service includes roles such as annual chair with the local chapter of the Association of Training and Development (ATD NEFL) of Northeast Florida and current chair of the AERA SIG for workplace learning.
Nick Tillem is a Learning Technologies Manager for Corporate Quality Assurance at Procter and Gamble. Nick is graduating in July 2021 with a graduate degree in Ed Tech, Training and Development at the University of North Florida. He is passionate about accessibility and fostering training that supports inclusivity.
ATD Capability Focus:
Cultural Awareness and Inclusion
Training Delivery and Facilitation
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