Universal Design for Learning - Practical strategies to increase access, engagement, and academic success

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a learning approach that enhances the ability of all students to access and use course content and materials while limiting the need for special accommodations for those who have disabilities. The result is a better learning environment for all students, increased classroom inclusion, increased interactions among students, and reduced work for the instructor. In this workshop colleagues will be given an overview of UDL, practical activities and strategies for implementation in a university course.