Feeling fresh from summer’s rest, research, and writing? The new academic year provides new opportunities to design or redesign courses to increase support for student learning. Nationally, more faculty, departments, and institutions are adopting Universal Design for Learning (UDL) strategies to provide students with multiple pathways to learn, individualized opportunities to demonstrate course competencies; and communities of learners to support individual and collective student learning outcomes. To learn more, please check out the “UDL In Higher Ed” resource page from CAST.
Questions? Interested in getting started with UDL in a specific course? Please contact Melanie Gangle, accessible education services, at email@example.com.