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Making learning assessment inclusive to students with UDL



Dr. Chelsey Bollinger (COE and Libraries), Dr. Dayna Henry (CHBS, Research & Scholarship, and Libraries), Sammy Joy Whitaker (CVPA and Libraries)


There are many ways to improve the learning assessment experience for students through Universal Design for Learning (UDL) instructional design. Expanding upon the UDL Learning Assessment module found on the LAUD canvas training site, this session will discuss and provide strategies, resources, and practical steps to make learning assessment more inclusive.

This is part of the College of Health & Behavioral Studies (CHBS) Inclusive Excellence Professional Learning Community (PLC) events, in collaboration with JMU Libraries, open to all JMU faculty and staff. 

Information for JMU users’ self-signup of self-paced Canvas site: https://canvas.jmu.edu/enroll/FL49JT [sign into this URL with your @jmu.edu credentials, and DUO, then "enroll in the course".] 


Participants will

  • Develop an appreciation of the variety of ways to make learning assessment more accessible and inclusive.
  • Develop an understanding of the differences between UDL and accommodations for learning assessment.
  • Plan the semester teaching with strategies and practical ways to apply inclusive learning assessment.

Join the meeting

This is a virtual workshop. The meeting link and password will be sent in the registration and reminder emails to all enrolled participants. The email will come from LibCal.

Friday, August 12, 2022
10:00am - 12:00pm
  Faculty     Staff  
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Registration is required. There are 17 seats available.

Event Organizer

Dayna Henry
Chelsey Bollinger
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Juhong Christie Liu