(U4 - VSS) UDL in Action: Positive Student Response to Co-Teaching Online Workshops (30 minutes)
Presenters: Terri Milton and Denyse Rodrigues, Mount Saint Vincent University
Abstract: At Mount Saint Vincent University we have numerous students who study at a distance, and often as “cohorts” who move through a program of study together. In our presentation we will share our experience co-teaching online workshops for these cohort students, and the UDL environment we feel co-teaching allows.
Audience: Faculty and Tutors / Course and Instructional Designers
- Pedagogical impacts of UDL in online environments
- Practical techniques for co-teaching online in a UDL-friendly way
- Implications for course design and delivery
Terri Milton is the Liaison Librarian for Education and Child & Youth Study, and the Outreach/Promotions Librarian at Mount Saint Vincent University. Denyse Rodrigues is the Liaison Librarian for Social Sciences, and the E-Learning Librarian at Mount Saint Vincent University. They have both become interested in UDL as a powerful framework for enhancing student learning, with particular impact on distance cohort students for whom they provide library instruction.
Updated January 13, 2016 by Student & Academic Services