(UDL) Universal Design for Learning - UW-Stout Tech Tips Newsletter
Editor: Karen Franker
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In this Issue
List of Spring 2015 Online Courses with Opening
Incorporating Universal Design Principles in Learning Activities
Tech Tip: Ten Chrome Extensions for Universal Design and Accessibility
Featured Course: Instructional Design for eLearning
Discover the benefits of effectively implementing Universal Design for Learning (UDL) with learners of all ages.
7 Ways to Implement Universal Design for Learning
The University of South Carolina’s Center for Teaching Excellence provides a clear summary of the 7 key points to consider in Universal Design, incorporating the “what”, the “how” and the “why” of learning.
Universal Design Examples and Resources
The National Center on Universal Design for Learning provides specific examples of tools and resources which support multiple means of: representation, action, expression, and engagement.
Universal Design: Promising Practices
For a thorough look at cutting edge UDL practices, view the University of Washington’s comprehensive e-book with evidence-based examples from five institutions.
Browse and build free UDL lessons and resources after you sign up for a free CAST account. UDL Curriculum Self-Check
The CAST Website provides case stories about how students experience barriers in specific subject areas, and contrasts the traditional versus the UDL approach in designing instruction.
Lesson Plans and UDL
Examples of how to create choices in how a student learns about an assignment and how a student completes an assignment.
Margie Konik, Health Information Technology, Chippewa Valley Technical College
"Instructional Design for Online Learning is a great model for anyone who is considering online or blended instruction. It is very well structured and facilitated, the content is engaging, and it encourages communication among students – all, I believe, key criteria for a quality online course."