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The Impact of Social Media

The AUCD Council for Community Education and Dissemination and Communications SIG are co-hosting a webinar on the impact of Social Media for UCEDDs with guests Matt Gianino from the Institute on Disability of University of New Hampshire and Mark Crenshaw from the Center for Leadership at Georgia State University. The will discuss how to use social media within the context of a UCEDD, why social media is important, how impact is made and how to measure use, especially for NIRS.


2018 Annual Coleman Institute Conference on Cognitive Disability and Technology

REGISTRATION for the 2018 Coleman Conference is now open. For more information about this year's conference and to register, please visit:


2016 AUCD Conference


2015 AUCD Conference

The 2015 AUCD Conference will be held at the Washington, DC, Renaissance Hotel.


2014 AUCD Conference

The 2014 AUCD Conference will be held at the Washington, DC, Renaissance Hotel.


Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act: Whats in it for People with Disabilities and the AUCD Network

Overview of disability related provisions in the new WIOA of 2014. This law reauthorizes, updates, and strengthens the Workforce Investment Act, including the creation of new supports and services for individuals with disabilities.
pdf File Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Webinar [download]


2013 AUCD Conference

The 2013 AUCD Conference will be held at the Washington, DC, Renaissance Hotel.


Equitable Transitions to Adulthood: Issues of Cultural and Social Capital

Research demonstrates that cultural and social capital are important levers in both transition education and the pursuit of equity across diverse groups of people. In this presentation, specific types of cultural and social capital relevant to special education was identified, their potential to impact positive postschool outcomes explained, and the implications for research and practice that take into consideration culture and diversity as complex, interactional variables was discussed.
pdf File Transition to Adulthood PPT.pdf [download]


2012 AUCD Conference: Innovating Today, Shaping Tomorrow


Thank you to all who attended and participated in the 2012 AUCD Conference! We had a great time learning and sharing the newest in promising practices and innovations that shape the lives of people with disabilities and their families through research, policy, education, and service. We continue to post additional session materials, photos, and wrap up items on the conference website and in the app, so check back often, and save the date for Nov 16-20, 2013.


Advancing Equity and Excellence through Universal Design for Learning

Universal Course Design is a professional development concept that strives to make learning accessible to all students, no matter their individual backgrounds. The webinar provided advanced strategies employed by UCD with a focus on the four key principles: curriculum, instruction, assessment and environment.


2011 AUCD Conference

Thank you to everyone who participated in the AUCD 2011 Conference. It was great to see old friends again, and to forge new relationships. We hope that all who attended were able to gain new information, meet new people, and leave feeling energized, refreshed, and excited about the many incredible activities happening in the disability community and throughout the AUCD network.
Conference plenary videos, photos, presentations, handouts, and more are available on Save the date for AUCD 2012: December 2-5 at the Washington Hilton in Washington, DC.


The New Federal IDEA Part C Regulations: Selected Review of Major Policy Changes


2010 AUCD Annual Meeting & Conference

"Going to Scale: Making What Works Accessible to All"

There are few greater efficiencies in our field than building on the ideas of others, learning what to do and what not to do in developing programs, and gaining invaluable insights into what works and why. Attend the 2010 AUCD Annual Meeting and Conference and share in making what works accessible to all.



State of the Art Conference on Postsecondary Education and Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities

The 2010 State of the Art Conference on Postsecondary Education for Students with Intellectual Disabilities will be held on October 28 and 29, 2010 at Mason's new hotel and conference center in Fairfax, VA. The conference will provide an opportunity for colleges and universities, researchers, program staff, parents and self-advocates to discuss the current state of policies, research, and practice in the field. Panels including staff from PSE initiatives, parents, self-advocate and other experts will share effective practices during breakout sessions with an opportunity for group discussion.


EIEC Webinar: The Kansas Early Learning Collaborative- Shared vision, collaboration, and a systems-level perspective on outcomes

In this one hour webinar, Dr. Christopher Smith, Director of the Maryland Center for Developmental Disabilities at Kennedy Krieger Institute will discuss The Kansas Early Learning Collaborative (KELC) which is an innovative collaboration among six major Kansas early learning organizations.
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