The UNH Institute on Disability is co-hosting a webinar on Universally Designed Assessment that's open to all UNH staff and faculty on Tuesday, March 26 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.

The webinar will explore inclusive assignments and evaluation methods that allow for diverse forms of communication. Discuss how to develop transparent rubrics aligned with clear learning objectives, that allow students to demonstrate knowledge with their preferred communication modalities.   

Learn additional practical strategies to implement universally designed assessments, ensuring fairness and accessibility for all students, without increasing instructor grading time. This webinar aims to revolutionize assessment practices by emphasizing UDL's role in creating an engaging and accommodating learning environment. 

Presenters: Ariel Schwartz (she/her/hers), PhD, OTR/L, Research Assistant Professor/Director of UNH-4U and Scott Lapinski, PhD, Student Accessibility Services Director

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