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Episode Info: Welcome to Episode 17 of the ThinkUDL podcast: Partnering with Students & Faculty with Suzanne Ehrlich. Today Lillian talks with Dr. Suzanne Ehrlich, Assistant Professor in Education Technology, Training and Development in the College of Education and Human Services at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, FL. In this episode, Suzanne and Lillian discuss the very interesting research Suzanne and her colleagues are doing with both students and faculty on the use and efficacy of UDL at UNF, the design and delivery of her UDL course in an effort to make area connections with UDL, as well as her role as a faculty fellow to build the UDL mindset with faculty across campus. Resources:  UDL-IRN CAST IMPLEMENT THE UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR LEARNING (UDL) FRAMEWORK BY PROVIDING LEARNERS WITH OPTIONS FOR HOW TO EXPRESS WHAT THEY KNOW UNF’s Educational Technology, Training and Development Program  Suzanne Ehrlich’s Bio and contact information Switch: How to Change When Change is Hard Transcript [Lillian]   Welcome to Think UDL, the Universal Design for Learning podcast.  Where we hear from the people who are designing and implementing strategies with learner variability in mind. [Music] I’m your host, Lillian Nave, and I’m interested in not just what you’re teaching, learning, guiding, and facilitating; but, how you design and implement it, and why it even matters. [Music] Welcome to Episode 17 of the ThinkUDL podcast: Partnering with Students & Faculty with Suzanne Ehrlich.  Today, I talk with Dr. Suzanne Ehrlich, Assistant Professor in Education Technology, Training and Development in the College of Education and Human Services at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, FL.  In this episode, Suzanne and I discuss the very interesting research she and her colleagues are doing with both students and faculty on the use and efficacy of UDL at UNF, the design and delivery of her UDL course in an effort to make area connections with UDL, as well as her role as a faculty fellow to build the UDL mindset with faculty across campus.  Thank you for listening to this conversation, and thank you so much, Suzanne, for joining me on the Think UDL podcast. [00:01:42] [Suzanne]   Well, thanks for having me, I’m excited to be here.  [00:01:44] [Lillian]   Well, I am so excited to talk to you because I enjoyed meeting you so much at the UDL IRN Conference Orlando, and I was so intrigued when I heard about what you and your colleagues are doing, and I’m hoping to get to talk about some of those initiatives.  But first, I want to ask you a question that I ask all of my guests, and that is: what makes you a different kind of learner? [00:02:12] [Suzanne]  So, other than my quirky personality, which doesn’t count probably as the qualifier, I thought about this question in reflection and preparation, and I am a mover.  If you have me sit for too long, you’ll know ...
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