Registration now open!

1st International Universal Design for Learning Symposium Learning Together. 
With a keynote presentation facilitated by Nicole Tucker Smith and workshops facilitated by members of the Centre for Applied Special Technology (CAST) team

Where: Maynooth University.
When: 8th and 9th June 2023. 



Registration is now open for the 2023 UDL International Symposium. You can register here.
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework for addressing the educational needs of diverse and variable learners in many settings across many stages of life. The UDL Guidelines can be used by educators, curriculum developers, researchers, parents, and anyone else who wants to implement the UDL framework in a learning environment. 

The purpose of this inaugural UDL International Conference is create an opportunity for those at all stages of their UDL journey to come together and share their learning. 
Interactive workshops and thought provoking presentations will be facilitated by those using UDL in their practice, researchers and experts across a variety of educational and inclusion settings. Topics range of implementation of UDL, the voice of students, UDL and STEM, trauma-informed practices and UDL and examples of UDL in practice.

This year's symposium will be an in-person event, hosted by Maynooth University On Thursday June 8 and Friday June 9 2023. 
Registration fee is €106
There are a limited number of rooms available on campus for June 7 and 8. You may use the promotional code UDFLC_12/22 to book at a discount here:
Please note all accommodation is subject to availability at the time of booking. All delegates using this code will receive the conference rates. Should you not use the promotional code at the time of the enquiry then unfortunately the accommodation office cannot refund the payment as all bank transactions are paid at the time of booking. Your understanding is appreciated with this matter.
This event is led by the Department of Education with co-sponsorship from the Centre for Teaching and Learning, Department of Adult and Community Education, Froebel Department of Primary and Early Childhood Education, and Maynooth University Access Programme.