While Universal Design for Learning (UDL) had gained in momentum across Canadian post-secondary institutions over the last decade, oftentimes instructors who are introduced to the framework get few opportunities to consider detailed implementation or to reflect fully on its implication for their own teaching and learning – beyond the initial increased awareness of the need for accessibility and inclusion of all diverse learners. As a result, much of this initial curiosity and interest tends to die down, for simple lack of support, infrastructure, and time. This session will seek to address this common issue and ongoing challenge, by offering participants a half day of deep immersion into the principles of UDL and their implementation in class. After a quick refresher of the key characteristics of the UDL approach, the participants will be encouraged to work in teams on hands-on case studies and scenarios that will offer them the opportunity to fully gauge what the redesign of a class delivery or assessment – along UDL principles - might look like and imply. The workshop will also include a large segment reserved for interactive questions and discussions. This will offer participants the opportunity to develop their reflection around UDL implementation in their practice and individual professional context in detail and depth. The whole group will have the opportunity to review a number of hands on concerns and preoccupations and to equip all participants with a degree of autonomy in relation to the implementation of UDL into their teaching and learning.