Information Literacy Instruction Transformed: Nurturing Student Success with
Universal Design for Learning

Why UDL?     Why library instruction?     Why us?
 

 

 

 

Learning Outcomes
 

  • List the three main principles of Universal Design for Learning in order to integrate them into future information literacy instruction planning.

 

  • List instruction techniques or practices that we employ at Swarthmore that already fit in UDL guidelines.

 

 

Developing Our Professional Learning Community

 

  1. What are the strengths of your style?

    (1 adjective)
     

  2. What are the limitations of your style?

    (1 adjective)
     
  3. What do people from other groups need to know about you in order to work together effectively?
     

  4. What do you value about the other 3 styles?

Education Legislation Timeline

1965    Elementary & Secondary Education Act

Higher Education Opportunity Act

 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE access

 

1975     Education for all Handicapped Children Act

 SCHOOL access
 

1990    Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

 CLASSROOM access
 

1997    Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

GENERAL CURRICULUM access

2002     No Child Left Behind

STANDARDS access

 

2004    Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS access
 

2008    Higher Education Opportunity Act
Universal Design for Learning

 

2015     Every Student Succeeds Act (pK-12)

 Universal Design for Learning

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Universal Design for Learning

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Universal Design for Learning

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