Accessibility Workshops

The four Project ENABLE Train-the-Trainer Instructional Workshops were designed as a guide to training, each to be used individually as 1⁄2 day (3-4 hour) workshops or grouped together to form a 3-4 day professional development course. These workshop outlines are meant as a training guide and may be used “as is,” adapted, modified, or expanded by the user to meet the needs of his or her training audience

Each train-the-trainer workshop outline was created for an audience of library staff (e.g., administrators, librarians, library paraprofessionals, and/or volunteers). Content presentations by trainers are represented in word-for-word script form and can be changed or modified, as desired. Workshops may be delivered in a face-to-face format or adapted for online or blended training format.

Each workshop package includes any or all of the following: pre-readings/pre-assignments, instructor script, powerpoint, activity worksheets, handouts, take-aways, and resources. Workshop content is presented in segments (with estimated timeframe), making them easier to re-sequence or revise. Materials are listed in order of appearance in the Instructor Script.

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in Libraries

Workshop #3: Provides introductory information regarding Universal Design for Learning and how librarians can apply it to their libraries.

By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  1. Understand the concept of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and its principles in the context of your library’s instructional programs;
  2. Apply UDL to programs in your library;
  3. Develop a basic understanding of the ARCS Model and how it complements UDL;
  4. Identify your library programs that require UDL principles.

Documents include:

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in Libraries