Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Regional Conference
October 24-25, 2023
Tuesday and Wednesday, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Eastern (two days)
Registration Fee: $79 early bird registration before September 15; $99 before October 1; $109 regular registration before October 20
Where: Live Online
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General tips for presentation success
- Attendees may have read your paper or proposal before attending your presentation; prepare to communicate elements of your work that are not easily conveyed in print.
- Review the overall conference proceedings to gain a better understanding of your colleague’s work, similar interests, or potential for exchange and discussion.
- If applicable, you are responsible for making your own electronic handouts prior to the conference.
- Please contact the help desk in case of any connection problems or other difficulties.
All presenters attending the conference must register and pay the registration fee. At least one presenter must register before the early registration deadline to ensure inclusion in the final program. Other presenters for the same session may register during the regular registration period.
Poster presentation guidelines
- Poster/demos will be grouped together in an open virtual poster session; this is an informal event with a rotating audience. Immediate interest plays a big role in whether someone will connect to discuss your poster/demo. Poster presenters will be most effective by having clear and engaging descriptions for session visitors to select from, based on topics they are interested in.
- The most successful demonstrations are those that are relatively brief to permit easy access for new audiences and those in which the audience can actually participate.
Paper presentation and best practice sessions guidelines
- Paper presentations and best practice sessions will be scheduled based on topic and offered in virtual breakout rooms during the general session.
- The most successful demonstrations are those that are well outlined to permit easy access for new audiences and those in which the audience can participate.
- If you have questions or encounter difficulty, please contact the help desk.
- To review or modify your presentation, we recommend that you load software, double-check your presentation and make changes on the equipment you will be using during your presentation.
Hardware/software (minimum specifications)
Broadband internet preferable hardwired; Windows or Mac computer running the latest version of the operating system; webcam; microphone; and speakers.