Tag: assessment

Using UDL to Create Effective Educational Assessments

The Inclusive Pedagogy Committee (IPC) has purchased campus access to a recording of the webinar, “Using UDL to Create Effective Educational Assessments” with Dr. Eric Moore, PhD. Building on a solid foundation of clear goals and backward design, Dr. Moore presents an approach using Universal design for Learning (UDL) to design flexible assessments that benefit everyone.

The webinar recording may be found at:

Supplemental materials (presentation slides and transcript) may be found at:

Discussion Opportunity

In addition to providing these resources to the community, the IPC is offering three opportunities to engage with these ideas through discussion. If you are generally interested in UDL as a pedagogical strategy or interested in learning about how this framework may specifically be used to reduce barriers in assessment, then you are encouraged to attend.

Participants will view the webinar before the discussion and then discuss the ideas raised in the webinar.

Participants may choose from one of three discussion times. All discussions will take place in Zoom. Zoom meeting details will be shared after completion of this RSVP form. The discussions are planned for the following dates/times:

  • Thursday, January 28, 4:30-5:30 pm
  • Friday, January 29, 10-11:00 am
  • Tuesday, February 2, 11:10-12:20 pm

If you are interested in participating in one of the discussion meetings please RSVP through the following link:

Upcoming workshops

All events are held in Zoom. Refer to your email for the Zoom information.


Tuesday, Dec. 1 from 10:00am–11:30am
Moodle: Demystifying the Gradebook [more info] (Jedidiah Rex)

Tuesday, Dec. 8 from 10:00am–11:00am
What goes on in your breakout rooms? [more info] (Matthew Arau, Scott Corry, Alyssa Hakes, Andrew Sage)

Wednesday, Dec. 9 from 10:00am–11:00am
Using Perusall for Social Reading Engagement [more info] (Scott Corry, Lori Hilt, Amy Nottingham-Martin)

Thursday, Dec. 10 from 10:00am–11:00am
Using the OneNote Class Notebook [more info] (Margaret Koker)


Wednesday, Dec. 2 from 9:00am–12:00pm
Antiracism and Poor Economics [more info] (Kimberly Barrett, Ameya Balsekar, Garth Bond, Kate Zoromski)
This event is part of the FRST Symposium but is open to all faculty

Thursday, Dec. 3 from 11:10am–12:20pm
Discussion as a Way of Teaching [more info] (Stephen Brookfield)
This event is part of the FRST Symposium but is open to all faculty
Register here to receive the Zoom information

Thursday, Dec. 3 from 1:00pm–4:00pm
What (if anything) did we learn in the fall? [more info] (Brittany Bell, Erin Buenzli, Pete Gilbert, Linda Morgan-Clement, Monita Mohammadian Gray, Martyn Smith)
This event is part of the FRST Symposium but is open to all faculty