Universal Design for Learning – License to Learn

A European perspective on UDL

Tuesday June 28th 2016 & Wednesday June 29th 2016. Ghent, Belgium

About UDLL

“Universal Design for Learning – License to Learn” (UDLL) is a European project financed by Erasmus+.

The UDLL project examines how all students can get equal opportunities to learn, using more flexible methods of teaching, assessment and service provision.

The project has two main outcomes:

  • Best Practice Guidelines about Universal Design for Learning addressed from each perspective
  • A toolkit for students

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Throughout the project we collected contributions from four important stakeholders: the student, the academic staff, the higher education policy makers and the student support services.

At the conference we will disseminate the project results. Participants will get an edition of the Best Practice Guidelines and a demonstration of the Student Toolkit. We will link the project results with the origins of UDL and give examples from European practice together with the LINK network.

More information about the project

Event date & location

Tuesday June 28th & Wednesday June 29th 2016.

Artevelde University College Ghent,
Campus Kantienberg.
Voetweg 66, 9000 Ghent (BE)

Key dates

  • April 2016: full program release
  • April 15th 2016: Early bird registration closes
  • May 15th 2016: Free cancellation period ends
  • June 19th 2016: Booking closes