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Universal Design News for the New Year

Happy new year! Staff at the UDITEACH Project are a few days away from the startup of the new semester. Semester breaks always provide a brief respite from the day-to-day deadlines of our work. To welcome the new year, we thought we would begin with an update of a number of items that have piled [...]

Early Readings in Universal Design for Learning

The origin of the term Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is generally attributed to David Rose, Anne Meyer, and colleagues at the Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST). Recently, the Technology and Media (TAM) Division of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) published a monograph, Readings in Special Education Technology: Universal Design for Learning (Edyburn [...]

Books on UDE and Higher Education

As many readers know, the origins of universal design are found in architecture and the built environment. However, the concept of proactively valuing diversity has important implications for the design of post-secondary learning environments. Whereas most campuses have committees, policies, and personnel in place to ascertain the legal accessibility of the physical environment, considerably less [...]