Universal Design for Learning in Online Education
OER

 

Universal Design for Learning in Online Education
OER

UDL Guidelines


Expanding on the three UDL principles, the UDL Guidelines provide strategies which are presented here in several different ways: a graphic organizer with links to additional information, an interactive UDL wheel, and an example from Durham College which includes learning contexts with linked tools and strategies. With these guidelines serving as the "blueprint" for the UDL framework, it's important that you use the representation that works best for you.

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Web Resources

  • UDL Guidelines . While this older version of the Guidelines includes the original order of the principles and supporting strategies, each individual element is linked to helpful additional information.
  • Spin the interactive UDL Wheel for strategies and examples related to each of the three principles, along with links to additional resources.
  • Durham College UDL Quick Reference Checklist. Modelling the application of the UDL Guidelines, Durham College has provided sample contexts for application, ideas for implementation, and links to tools and/or resources. These examples are bound to get you thinking about your own applications.
Last modified: Thursday, 6 October 2016, 2:19 PM MDT