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Upcoming event

Inaugural Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Regional Conference

October 24-25, 2023
Tuesday and Wednesday, hours vary

Registration Fee: Check back for details on Early Bird savings!
Where: Live Online

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VCU Online provides quality higher education using a number of delivery methods, including fully-online and hybrid. Each year we help thousands of students further their goals on their own schedules with our flexible course, degree and certificate options.

Our vision

As a premier provider of quality online education, VCU Online will be regarded as the means to social and economic empowerment, providing unparalleled access and affordability to the regional, national, and global community.

Our mission

We implement current best practices to provide innovative instructional design to create courses that are broadly accessible, pedagogically engaging, and student-centered. As part of our contributions to the scholarship of teaching and learning in online education, we will continue to identify current trends and adapt best practices for student learning, utilize current economic indicators and career development trends to inspire new program growth.

You are invited to attend and participate in this inaugural forum which offers numerous opportunities to share your ideas, explore the research, development, and applications, and to network with the leaders in this important field of teacher education and technology.

The VCU Online UDL Regional Conference is the first conference of its kind hosted by VCU Online and Continuing and Professional Education. This conference invites higher education faculty and staff, P-12 teachers and administrators, and anyone who is interested in the creation and dissemination of knowledge on the applications of Universal Design for Learning, to participate. In particular, its intersection with the ideals of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI), in all areas higher and P-12 education, including, but not limited to traditional undergraduate and graduate programming, P-12 professional development, continuing and professional education, as well as internal human resources and other faculty and staff training.


The conference review policy requires that each proposal be peer-reviewed by at least two reviewers for inclusion in the conference program and conference proceedings.

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The conference is designed for:

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