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Using UDL to Foster Student Empowerment with Shared Ownership of Higher Ed Mobile Learning Curriculum 

This breakout session will review key implementation components and research findings for a UDL curriculum in higher education. We have flipped the typical higher education model by co-owning all aspects of programming with students with multiple learning differences. We will model our approach by sharing ownership of the session with the Program Director and Peer Mobile Learning Tutor. We will highlight theories and frameworks used for program design, specific technology components, implementation changes over 6 years, program outcomes (retention rates, implementation statistics, program satisfaction), student profiles (disability profiles), student outcomes (cognitive outcomes, executive function outcomes, student narratives), and student-designed tools for implementation. 

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