Concentration: 
Applying QM to Regulatory Issues
Title:
Applying Universal Instructional Design (UID) Principles to Address QM Standard 8 and HEOA 2008
Description:
Interested in discovering how to meet QM Standard 8? Consider attending this session and learn how to create inclusive and accessible distance learning environments, while adhering to Universal Instructional Design (UID) principles.
 
Learning Objectives:
Create learning environments that are inclusive, flexible, and adaptable.
Apply UID principles to enhance the learning experience for all students.
Evaluate web-enabled, hybrid, and online course design elements to ensure they meet accessibility
 
Intended Audience - Role:
Administrators
Yes
Faculty
Yes
Instructional Designers
Yes
 
Intended Audience - Knowledge Level:
New to QM
Yes
Experienced with QM
Yes
Presenter:
Ruth Best, Assistant Professor, Touro College
Dr. Ruth Best is the Director, Office of Clinical Practice and faculty member in Touro College's Graduate School of Education. She previously served as Dean of Faculty Development & Instructional Design and Assistant Professor at The College of Westchester. Dr. Best's responsibilities included overseeing the Online Division's operations - instructional design and delivery, faculty development, and training. She also served as the Quality Matters Institutional Representative and Peer Reviewer.