- Practical Implications of UDLI in Higher Education
- AACU Employer Survey
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This week I had the good fortune to speak with Nigel Davies, an instructional technology consultant at Appalachian State University. Nigel has been an educator at various levels for more than 30 years in both K-12 and higher education. I had the pleasure of seeing Nigel present at the Lilly Conference in May on Universal Design for Learning and Instruction. In this episode we discuss Nigel's approach to UDLI and the benefits and challenges he's experienced in approaching his teaching in this way.
I'm Mark Hofer, a Professor of Education and Co-Director for the Center for Innovation in Learning Design at the College of William & Mary. I share research and practice on teaching in higher education.