Monday, Mar 17, 2014 to Friday, Mar 22, 2013: 28th International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference To be held in San Diego, CA.
Wednesday, Apr 9, 2014 to Saturday, Apr 12, 2014: CEC Convention & Expo Brett Christie presenting as part of special conference UDL strand.
UDL-U 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:
- Application of UDL principles to enhance teaching and learning
- Utilization of accessible instructional media and practices
- Awareness of assistive technology enablers and barriers
This site and contents were developed through the Ensuring Access through Collaboration and Technology (EnACT) project, funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Postsecondary Education (P333A-080027). Additional funding and support continues through the California State University, Academic Technology Services.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
UDL-U Faculty Development Curricula
The following guides support various levels of UDL course redesign. Each guide offers numerous resources including: campus promotional materials, UDL session planners, UDL curricula, UDL course implementation exemplars, and evaluation instruments. These resources have been successfully utilized by numerous postsecondary institutions in support of enhanced teaching and learning, for all students.
Throughout UDL-U, you will find content boxes that will provide faculty developers with additional strategies and resources for leading the implementation of UDL at your institution. These boxes are identified by an orange colored header, as well as the title "Faculty Developer Tips."