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  • Photo of Cynthia Curry

    Project Director, AEM Center & CITES

    Cynthia Curry is Director of the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials for Learning (AEM Center) and the Center on Inclusive Technology & Education Systems (CITES). She is responsible for ensuring that the Centers meet their goals to increase the use of accessible educational materials and accessible technologies by learners with disabilities across preK-12, higher education, and workforce development.

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    Technical Assistance Specialist

    In her role, Janet works with the CITES team to help build the capacity of school districts to improve their collaboration and efficacy of Assistive Technology (AT) and Educational Technology (EdTech) systems. ...

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    C. Patrick Proctor, et al., 2014

    The study examined self-reported levels of motivation in predicting reading comprehension among 76 linguistically diverse middle school-aged students with disabilities in an urban Northeastern school district in the United States. ...

  • CISL: Center on Inclusive Software for Learning | Partners! CAST and ISKME, designer and host of OER Commons

    Wednesday, March 13, 2019

    The goal: Open Educational Resources that are more accessible and discoverable, and that provide needed accommodations.

  • Photo of Patricia Ganley

    Instructional Designer & Media Producer

    As an Instructional Designer & Media Producer, Patti designs learning environments and materials to support all learners. An important part of that work is including learners and teachers/instructors in the co-designing process to innovate the best solutions for their learning goals.

  • Photo of Luis Pérez

    Technical Assistance Specialist

    As a technical assistance specialist for the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials, Luis promotes the creation, delivery and use of high quality accessible educational materials and technologies to support equitable learning opportunities for all students.

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    Rose, Gravel & Domings, 2010

    This article examines the question of whether technology is central to the foundations of UDL or whether UDL is useful as a pedagogical framework that goes beyond technology. The authors use the UDL guidelines as a structural framework through which to examine these questions.

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    Meyer & Rose, 2005

    This article examines the question of whether technology is central to the foundations of UDL or whether UDL is useful as a pedagogical framework that goes beyond technology. The authors use the UDL guidelines as a structural framework through which to examine these questions.

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    Photo of a teacher with young students

    Thursday, October 3 – Friday, October 4, 2019

    Join our amazing professional learning staff at the CAST offices in Wakefield, MA to jump-start and reinvigorate your practice. Introduction to Universal Design for Learning: Addressing the Variability of All Learners, October 3-4, 2019.

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    Monday, April 2 – Tuesday, April 3, 2018

    In this introductory, boutique-style institute (enrollment limited to 21), participants learn the research basis for UDL, practical applications of UDL to lesson design, and helpful technology tools that support flexible, inclusive instruction.