“The public mindset is beginning to shift away from a medical model of disability towards a recognition that context and self-awareness as a learner both play a huge role in whether any given condition is disabling or not.” ~ Anne Meyer, Universal Design for Learning: Theory and Practice
Are you a Boise State faculty member who wants to ensure that your digital teaching materials are as accessible to all students as they can be? Interested in incorporating the principles of universal design into your course design and teaching methods? This is the place to begin. Here you’ll find a wide array of information about creating accessible teaching materials and designing and building courses on the foundation provided by the principles of universal design for learning.
Specifically, this section contains the following material:
- Introduction to Accessibility and Universal Design for Learning
- Accessibility as a Civil Right
- 10 Easy Tips for Accessibility
- Guides, Instructions, Checklists, and Tools
- White Papers and Webinars
- Case Stories Featuring Universal Design for Learning
- Access Technology Resource Guide
Higher education faculty talk about getting started with Universal Design for Learning. (Video produced by UDL on Campus by CAST and used here under a Creative Commons Attribution-Sharealike 4.0 International License.)
Do you know of an article, video, or other resource that should be here? Please contact Kevin S. Wilson at the IDEA Shop (firstname.lastname@example.org or 208.426.4260).