That is a great idea about recording it and then typing what they said. I tend to ramble when I speak, so as a student it would not be beneficial for me — but that’s what is great about learner variability. It doesn’t matter if it’d help me; it helps someone else. Or perhaps, I’ll find myself struggling to write something, and I’d remember what you said and have another option instead of feeling lost, stuck, or deficient.
I love that you include UDL strategies in your presentations. Virtual PD has illuminated barriers to learning that I did not know I had. The way that information is presented and the options for access that are given (re: UDL) have made all the difference.