The Office of Digital Learning recommends getting comfortable with UDL by reviewing the UDL on Campus – Universal Design for Learning in Higher Education. Then, reflect on how students meet learning outcomes and where they stumble, this reflection will help highlight which UDL principles to incorporate. Utilize the principles at the beginning of the course development process or make small changes every semester to help engage our diverse group of learners.
Watch this UDL in Higher Education Introduction Video.
- UDL in Higher Ed contains several useful sections that describe UDL as applied to Higher Education, tips for getting started, and case studies demonstrating how to implement UDL successfully in a course. It also provides a list of other universities who are making UDL a priority.
- Course Design provides a wide variety of resources to assist you in creating your course with flexibility and variability in mind using the UDL framework.
- Media & Materials provides helpful information relating to utilizing media within a course effectively while also ensuring accessibility.
- Accessibility & Policy offers a more in-depth coverage of the laws mandating accessibility and information on creating and adopting policies relating to accessibility.