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Friday, March 31 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
“Dad’s Online Gambling Habit Used Up Our Family Data Plan” and Other Digital Excuses for Not Doing Homework

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Inherent in all learning environments, and in particular virtual learning spaces, are barriers. These can be unique to individual students, or a product of the technology. At California State University, Fresno the large variety of university students include over 50% of students in poverty, first generation, and emergent bilingual language learners. The challenge of capturing the talents of this group is often a struggle for instructors, particularly in digital courses. This presentation will give specific strategies for using the design elements of UDL within post-secondary courses and other adult learners.

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Kimberly Coy

Assistant Professor, California State University, Fresno
Kimberly Coy began her teaching career in brick and blackboard schools as a K-8 general and special education teacher. In 2007 she had the opportunity to work in an online public school and she began the deep dive into digital learning for students and adults. This ultimately lead her to pursue a PhD with a focus including UDL, digital environments, and traditionally marginalized learners from kindergarten to post secondary. Currently, Dr. Coy... Read More →



Friday March 31, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm
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