Universal Design for Learning

Valuing inclusion and diversity, the delivery of technology services is to be designed in Universal Design for creative and innovative ways that allow for campus community members, including people with disabilities, to perceive, contribute, understand, navigate, and interact with digital media.

Universal Design Definition

The design of products and environments to be usable by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design.

Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

Universal Design for Learning is an approach to designing course instruction, materials, and content to benefit people of all learning styles without adaptation or retrofitting. This approach goes beyond access to information by providing equal access to learning. Students are able to access the content in a preferred learning method, while the instructor monitors the learning process and initiates any beneficial method of instruction.

To learn more, visit eLearning's Universal Design for Learning (UDL) web page. (https://elearning.cpp.edu/course-design-academy/)

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