The What, Why, and How of Implementing UDL (UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR LEARNING) INTO TRAINING DESIGN
Panel of Presenters: Dr. Suzanne Erlich, Dr. Michelle Bartlett, and Nick Tillem
'What' is UDL, 'Why' should we implement UDL into training, and 'How' do we implement UDL will be covered in an interactive ATD NEFL chapter event. Session presenters will guide participants through discussion and activities that highlight strengths and opportunities for building a UDL mindset into training design and experiences. Participants will also learn about trends and initiatives which promote inclusiveness in training.
In this session, participants will:
Dr. Suzanne Ehrlich: LinkedIn
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 program chair of the AERA SIG for workplace learning.
Michelle Bartlett, Ph.D.,: LinkedIn
A faculty scholar at the Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research at North Carolina State 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 Professional Development Trustee for the Association for Career and Technical Education Research, VP for Membership Retention on the Research Triangle Area Chapter Board, and eLearning SIG leader.
Nick Tillem: LinkedIn
Learning Technologies Manager for Corporate Quality Assurance at Procter and Gamble. Nick is graduated with a Master’s degree in Ed Tech, Training and Development at the University of North Florida (UNF). He is passionate about accessibility and fostering training that support inclusivity.
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