Chris Ostrowski conducted his master’s research on the experiences of Canadian postsecondary students with visual impairments. His expertise is in assistive technology use, developing UDL based learning environments, and using pedagogical approaches for enhancing learning with technology. He facilitates exam accommodations through his institution’s Student Accessibility Services center, which supports students with a range of exceptionalities. Chris is passionate about supporting instructors in designing accessible courses, and is pursuing a PhD in Learning Sciences with a focus on UDL implementation and critical disability theory. He has published in the Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness and presented at international conferences about visual impairment and UDL.