March 27-29 in Orlando, FL
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Thursday, March 28 • 3:20pm - 4:20pm
UDL Space Design for Higher Ed: How are Your Collegiate Spaces Working for You?

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If you’re a UDL practitioner involved in higher education, come join us to be a part of this think tank session. Our team is working with the UDL-IRN to develop a second resource for UDL space design: UDL Learning Spaces Idea Kit for Higher Education. We will share foundational ideas and thought starters, then launch attendees into exercises and interactive discussion to further explore how space design on collegiate campuses can support stronger UDL practices. Come share your strategies and insights to make this project a more valuable resource for collegiate institutions everywhere!


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David Reid

AIA, UDL Associate, Gould Evans
David Reid, AIA, UDL AssociatePrincipal Gould Evans / Co-founder of STEAM StudioAs an architect specializing in education design, David has a deep focus on UDL, translating the learning framework into space design strategies that support educators in the classroom and beyond. His... Read More →
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Sally Wurtzler

AIA, Education Design Architect, Gould Evans
With a background in both communications and architecture, Sally brings a diverse and passionate perspective to education design. As a member of Gould Evans’ National Education Studio, her talents are seen in both her project approach and her volunteer efforts in STEAM Studio, the... Read More →
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James Basham

CEO, Associate Professor, UDL-IRN, University of Kansas
James D. (Jamie) Basham, Ph.D., is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Special Education at the University of Kansas. He earned his doctorate at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Dr. Basham’s research is focused on student learning in modern learning... Read More →

Thursday March 28, 2019 3:20pm - 4:20pm EDT
Gold Coast I-II