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  • Roxy Hickman

    Kia Ora Bridget,
    Welcome to the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Group!

    The UDL group is a facilitated space with a wide range of discussions and resources.
    A great place to start is to watch the video UDL at a Glance: /discussion/view/820983

    Also the discussion on Examples of how various apps support UDL Guidelines is also a good way to make connections between UDL and current classroom practice.
    /discussion/view/821206

    I'm sure you have browsed around the group, I hope you will join discussions, ask questions and share your thoughts within the group.

    I look forward to connecting online with you.

    Ngā mihi nui, nā
    Roxy

  • Tessa Gray

    Haere mai again and welcome to the Digital Citizenship group Bridget. Good to have you on board. 

    This is a sub-group of the Enabling e-Learning; Teaching group [/groups/profile/53307/elearning-teaching/] If you haven't already joined that group, you may wish to do so.

    You might also be interested in a webinar we ran this year on Digital citizenship - using inquiry to build digital citizenship [/groupcms/view/187012/webinar-recordings]

    In the meantime, please feel free to jump in, add your own resources, ask a question or contribute to the collaborative projects on offer.

  • Tessa Gray

    Haere mai and welcome to Enabling e-Learning Leadership group, Bridget. Good to have you on board. 

    You might also like to join the other sub-communities listed on the main Enabling e-Learning page, too, to browse current discussions in the specialised groups [http:///groups/profile/118255/enabling-e-learning]. 

    We hope you can join us in the term 3 activities [/blog/view/694896/whats-on-in-term-3] and that you enjoy the weekly e-learning round-up on the blog [/blog/group/118255/all].

    Looking forward to working with you online. Ngā mihi nui, nā Tessa.

    PS can you share one or two professional details on your profile to help us connect skills and interests more easily? Thanks again, Tess:-)