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Sean Winningham 7h
A1: I’m not sure if people think of this, but open world video games has an element of UDL where the user has choice and agency to explore what they want to explore.
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Angie Greenwood 7h
A1: The way merchants are set up to take payments: cash, check, charge, Apple Pay, etc. lots of different ways to pay for purchased items
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Mitchell Boldin 7h
A2: it's filled with, at least, lots of low tech that can be used freely. Headphones, mics, printers, etc. In fact, yeah -- provide headphones!
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Robin Cunconan-Lahr 7h
Hi! Robin from PA. My first job was in fast food..." Two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions, on a sesame seed bun"... remember?
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Drew Boyce 7h
Replying to @digitallearnudl
A2: I think it might vary and be reflective of the people accessing the space. It might be a space where we have proactively anticipated potential barriers (such as space, clutter, noise, visibility), and where we’ve made an plan to remove the barriers in its design
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Paolo DeMaria 7h
A3: Happier people both inside and customers. Allows you to personalize the experience. It is a part of creating a culture that values people.
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Angie Greenwood 7h
I’m an SLP in Salem, Orego. First job was serving frozen yogurt at TCBY
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Hillary Goldthwait-Fowles Ph.D, ATP Sep 16
Myth #1: “It’s a Special Ed Thing.” Ummm.. it’s not. It’s a foundational framework deeply rooted in neuroscience that plans for learner variability.
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Angie Greenwood 7h
A4: Work stations set up throughout the office for Text to Speech and Speech to Text
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Angie Greenwood 7h
Different options for lighting. Florescent lights really bother some people.
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juli 7h
My name is Julisa and my first job was sorting peaches on a farm in California’s Sacramento Valley.
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Kimberly Coy 7h
Q1: Can you point to an example of where you may have seen UDL outside of education?
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Mitchell Boldin 7h
A1: let's get simple: braille
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Angie Greenwood 7h
A3: People feel valued as individuals and are more productive, vested, pleasant...
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Angie Greenwood 7h
A2: Different heights of “sign-in” windows/counters
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Leigh E Rohde 7h
A4: During large meetings, a clear agenda with goals (and time limits), flexible seating, and friendly faces.
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Mitchell Boldin 7h
A4: just talk to people about their needs when a new initiative or technology comes out. Seriously. When you roll something out, even if it works for 95% of people, you are missing a big chunk of folks. Ask how the tool can be made to work for them
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juli 7h
A3 Employees feel better represented and welcomed by their employer. An overall more enjoyable experience that will presumably increase motivation and commitment.
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Jennifer Boettger 7h
A4. Clear goals, agendas during meetings, understanding the WHY in projects or meetings or new initiatives or..... Please make the why clear
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juli 7h
A4 I would like to see more music, dance, and theatre in the elementary classroom.
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