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We, as a national center, aim to develop, research, and use the design that promotes the positive impact of educational technology in special education, early intervention, and related services. Check out this post to read more about Design within the CIDDL framework.

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Shift from Generational Teaching to UDL Design in Teacher Preparation

Author: Michelle Patterson; info@ciddl.org In one of our most recent Research to Practice Briefs, we had a conversation with Dr. Eric Moore who shared ways that higher education faculty can …

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Revolutionizing Higher Education’s Remote and Hybrid learning

Author: Kiera Anderson; info@ciddl.org Change can be difficult, overwhelming, exhausting, stressful, disconcerting, and induce great fear of the unknown. With the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, the landscape of higher …

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Offer Ways of Customizing Display of Information in Higher Education Classrooms: When One Size Does Not Fit All

Author: Samantha Goldman; info@ciddl.org The Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework is not something we just teach about in the higher education classroom. Faculty in teacher preparation programs have the …

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Making Your Social Media More Accessible

Author: Nicholas J. Hoekstra; Michelle S. Patterson; info@ciddl.org Chances are, you have engaged with social media sometime in the last several minutes. Estimates from 2020 indicate that the average adult …

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Tools and Tips for Gathering Student Feedback

Author: Tania Lee; info@ciddl.org One approach to checking in with students is by calling on raised hands during class. However, this may only give you a limited view of the …