Call for Panelists- ALA Annual: Accessibility and Creation of Online Library Materials: Applying Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
Are you a librarian with experience with accessibility, creation of online learning objects, and applying Universal Design for Learning (UDL)? Then we want to hear from you! The Distance Learning Section (DLS) has teamed up with the ACRL Instruction Section (IS) and are looking for panelists with accessibility, online library materials, and UDL experience to participate in our panel at 2019 ALA Annual in Washington D.C., entitled Accessibility and Creation of Online Library Materials: Applying Universal Design for Learning (UDL).
Applications due December 21st, 2018, selected panelists will be notified in January 2019.
If you have questions, please email Mike Courtney (
) or Samantha (Sam) Harlow (
), DLS Conference Program Planning Committee co-chairs
Do you work with distance and online learning?
Is creating accessible, online materials listed as part of your job responsibilities?
Have you had a role with accessibility, online learning objects, and UDL at your institution? If yes, please describe the project or program & your role
Have you been involved in any collaborations with campus units/faculty that have involved accessibility, online learning objects, and UDL? Please describe.
Is there anything else you want to let us know about your experience with accessibility, online learning objects, and UDL?
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