University of Rhode Island; Dalton Education Services International
United States of America - Hope Valley
Elizabeth (Betsy) Dalton has 40+ years of experience in education: special education k-12 teacher, college counselor for students with disabilities, assistant professor of special education, adjunct professor for communicative disorders/AAC, and education consultant in UDL and tech applications.
- Implementing Inclusive Instruction, UDL, and Assistive Technology Around the World: An International Roundtable Discussion
- Inclusive Instructional Design Efforts Around the World
- Inclusive Instructional Design and UDL Around the World
- Using UDL-related methods in education, teacher training, and job-development for young women with developmental disabilities in India
- Best Practices for Teacher Educators to Address Digital Security Issues in Synchronous Sessions and Webinars
- Special Education/Inclusive Technology Activities Globally
- Engaging, Accessible, and Memorable: Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Applications in Online and Blended Higher Education Courses
- Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in Blended Instruction of Graduate Students in an Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Course
- Modeling Universal Design for Learning in Online Instruction An Open and Interactive Course Model: SOOC
- Inclusive Technology Around the World
Dr. Elizabeth Dalton is adjunct professor for the Communicative Disorders Department at the University of Rhode Island, senior consultant for Dalton Education Services International (DESI), and Director Emeritus of Development and Research, TechACCESS of RI. Following her PhD in Education from URI, she was post-doctoral fellow in Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Leadership at Boston College and CAST. Betsy spent many years teaching and teaching teachers in special education and assistive technology in K-12 and higher education, and consults in curriculum/program development, assessment, diversity, and technology implementation. She is past president of the Inclusive Learning Network of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), and a member of International Association for Special Education (IASE). Currently, she is Co-chair of the UDL Special Interest Group of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE).