CIDDL Research and Practice Briefs is a series of brief reports on research and practice regarding the innovative use of technology in special education, early childhood, related services personnel preparation and leadership personnel preparation programs as well as K-12 educational settings. For each brief, experts or practitioners in the field will be invited to discuss their research and practice on innovative use of technology. In addition, experts and practitioners will share their insights into opportunities and challenges about transferring and applying research and practice into teacher or leadership preparation programs. This series aims to spark conversations and provides an avenue for enhancing professional networking among experts and emergent scholars in the field.

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Using UDL And Technology For Enhancing Instruction

By info@ciddl.org | June 16, 2021
Using UDL And Technology For Enhancing Instruction Guest Expert: Dr. Loui Lord Nelson About Dr. Nelson The guest expert of this CIDDL Research and Practice Brief is Dr. Loui Lord Nelson. Dr. Nelson is an author, UDL consultant, and host…
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Emerging Technology For Teaching And Learning Sign Language

By info@ciddl.org | May 30, 2021
Emerging Technology For Teaching And Learning Sign Language Guest Expert: Dr. Lorna Quandt About Dr. Quandt The guest expert of this CIDDL Research and Practice Brief is Dr. Lorna Quandt, who is an Assistant Professor in the Ph.D. in Educational…
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Micro-Credentials: Personalized Professional Development

By info@ciddl.org | May 18, 2021
Micro-Credentials: Personalized Professional Development Guest Expert: Dr. Richard Allen Carter, Jr. About Dr. Carter The guest expert of this CIDDL Research and Practice Brief is┬áDr. Richard Allen Carter, Jr., an assistant professor at the University of Wyoming (UW). Dr. Carter…