Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a strategy for designing courses, syllabi, learning materials, and curriculum to make learning accessible to all. Originally used in architecture and product design to accommodate the widest possible spectrum of users, the principles of UDL provide faculty with succinct, efficient strategies for meeting the widest spectrum of student learning needs. In the amount of time needed to enjoy a cup of coffee or tea, explore how implementing UDL can benefit your students:
Efficient Universal Design Syllabus Evaluation Tool (from California State University, Chico).
For more information contact Melanie Gangle, accessible education services, at email@example.com.