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Universal Design for Learning (UDL): Overview

Many students do not want to self-identify as disabled. If you design your course from the start with learning differentiation in mind, everyone does better, and special accommodation needs can disappear

What is Universal Design for Learning?

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Continuous Improvement

Websites are like libraries, they are living organisms that change to meet the needs of the users.  They are never finished or complete, but always striving.  The "ideal" is a moving target!  

Key Principles of UDL (commons.georgetown.edu/)

 graphical list of UDL principles

FIGURE: UDL ON CAMPUS · Universal Design for Learning in Higher Education

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