UDLHE Digicon 2019 Call for Proposals
Are you passionate about implementing or expanding UDL practices in higher education? If so, our community would love to hear about the work you’re doing.

Please consider submitting a presentation proposal for our first UDLHE Digicon. The virtual conference will be an opportunity for UDL practitioners to collaborate and share best practices, solutions to the unique challenges in higher education, and the great work being done by their institutions.

Whether you are a professor, administrator, disability service professional, or an instructional content designer, if you are involved in the implementation of UDL in higher education, we want to hear from you.

Email address *
Name *
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Additional presenters
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Proposed session title *
Please provide your proposed session title (100 characters or less)
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Proposed session stream *
Please select the strand that best fits your proposed session
Proposed session length *
Which Times work for you, or would you need to submit asynchronous content only? Check all that apply (OR asynchronous only). *
Short Abstract (teaser) description *
Please provide a short (50 words or less), interest-grabbing description for attendees
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Learning objectives *
Please provide your learning objectives for attendees. These should be complete sentences, beginning with a measurable verb, that describe what attendees will know and be able to do at the end of your session.
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Full session description *
Please provide an in-depth description for the selection committee. This could be a written statement or a 2- to 3-minute video.Be sure to include the following: Topic relevance and significance (150 words or 1 minute maximum); Description of Problem, Issue, or Idea (150 words or 1 minute maximum); Method for delivery of presentation (50 words or 30 seconds maximum); Methods for implementing UDL guidelines in the presentation(50 words or 30 seconds maximum)
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Context for Presentation *
Please include a literature review (if presenting on a research study) or on the situation and catalysts for your proposed session.
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Would you be willing to consider submitting your presentation in an asynchronous format (e.g., video/podcast) if requested? *
Please include a literature review (if presenting on a research study) or on the situation and catalysts for your proposed session.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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