ALL ABOUT UNIVERSAL DESIGN
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Universal Design for Instruction (UDI) are frameworks for teaching and learning that consider and address the widest possible variety of learning needs, styles, and preferences. Research on UDL/UDI has found that successful classes are those which include multiple modes of presenting information and multiple means of assessing knowledge. Find out more...
- What Is Universal Design for Learning?
- UDL and the Curriculum: What Does it Mean to Say that Curricula are Disabled?
- How Does UDL address Curricular Disabilities?
- Creating a Universally Designed Syllabus
- Using UD to teach College Students with Learning Disabilities
- Equal Access: UDI (Guidance on Process, Application, Assessment, and Accommodations)
- UD and Specific Types of Disabilities + Types of Application (Labs, Fieldwork, Group Work, Writing Assignments...)
There is an abundance of guidance from colleges and universities across the US who are incorporating UDL/UDI in their curricula. Here are some great examples:
Landmark College professor and researcher, Manju Banerjee, who is a neuro-diversity and UDI/UDL expert, was our guest and Clarke Forum speaker on 3/3/16. Here is a video of Manju and others discussing How to Get Started Using UDL.