Universal Design for Learning
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework that addresses different learning styles by encouraging educators to present their curriculum and learning outcomes in a variety of modalities and exercises. The UDL framework is in harmony with the principles of accessibility and benefits of asynchronous learning, which together facilitate students to interact with the curriculum and foster new connections and understandings.
- The UDL On Campus webpage provides a variety of resources for UDL implementation in higher education
- Visit the CAST UDL Guidelines web page for an explanation of UDL and how to implement it within your curriculum.
- The Center for Effective Teaching and Learning has a variety of UDL related programming
- Contact the CETL Faculty Fellow for accessibility: Carl Schottmiller