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UDL-Con: International

UDL-Con: International. Our Stories. Our Community. Convention, connection, conversation. #UDLcon

Event details:

July 30th & 31st, 2024
Pre-conference sessions on July 29th
Online and in-person
Hyatt Regency Sacramento, CA

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This year, for the first time, CAST’s Annual Symposium and the UDL-IRN Summit are joining forces to create the world’s largest International UDL Convention. We are excited to bring together these two events to develop and explore how UDL can be used around the world to break down barriers to learning. 

This year’s UDL-Con: International will be held online and in-person at the Hyatt Regency Sacramento.

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework for addressing the educational needs of diverse and variable learners in many settings across many stages of life. It is a means to eradicate persistent inequities in education, informed by the educators who use it and their students.

For all inquiries please contact McKenzie Nichols at mnichols(at)

Schedule now available!

Check out the UDL-Con: International agenda featuring incredible sessions from across the field of UDL. In addition to engaging sessions from UDL experts, there will be alternative session offerings such as accessibility help from our AEM Center, book signings, networking opportunities, and more!

UDL-Con: International conference agenda

UDL-Con: International conference agenda (text only)

Session Descriptions

Conference Goals

By engaging in online and in-person sessions that encourage innovative ideas, systematic thinking, and application of theory to practice, participants will:

  • Explore the unique ways UDL can enhance and improve the most cutting-edge practices in education today.

  • Be inspired to use UDL as a framework for designing and pulling together multiple initiatives across a school, university, or workplace.

  • Consider the crosswalks of UDL and other promising educational frameworks.

  • Imagine innovative policies and practices that complement and advance the goals of UDL.

  • Challenge their own assumptions about teaching, instructional, and learning.

Ticket Pricing

Virtual General Admission: $399
In-Person General Admission: $799

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