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UDL-U is a professional development portal that allows individual faculty members to learn and explore content and resources related to accessibility and Universal Design for Learning. In addition, we have developed, and are sharing, resources that can be used to implement campus UDL trainings that range from a 1-2 hr workshop, 1-2...
UDL-U is a professional development portal that allows individual faculty members to learn and explore content and resources related to accessibility and Universal Design for Learning. In addition, we have developed, and are sharing, resources that can be used to implement campus UDL trainings that range from a 1-2 hr workshop, 1-2 day institute, to a semester/quarter UDL Faculty Learning Community. Thus, UDL-U is designed to be entirely scaleable, from self-serve to formal programming, as well as from brief exposure to long-term instructional (re)design.
UDL-Universe supports postsecondary faculty and staff by providing resources and examples to improve postsecondary education for all students, including those with disabilities. UDL-U is designed to be useful for individual inquiries related to small UDL topics, issues, or problems, as well as scalable to larger faculty development efforts (e.g., Faculty Learning Communities). UDL-U frames course redesign as a three-tier professional development process:1) Application of UDL principles to enhance teaching and learning; 2) Utilization of accessible instructional media and practices; and 3) Awareness of assistive technology enablers and barriers.