Applying Universal Design for Learning in Online Courses: Pedagogical and Practical Considerations.

@inproceedings{Dell2015ApplyingUD,
  title={Applying Universal Design for Learning in Online Courses: Pedagogical and Practical Considerations.},
  author={Cindy Ann Dell and Thomas F. Dell and Terry L. Blackwell},
  year={2015}
}
Inclusion of the universal design for learning (UDL) model as a guiding set of principles for online curriculum development in higher education is discussed. Fundamentally, UDL provides the student with multiple means of accessing the course based on three overarching principles: presentation; action and expression; and engagement and interaction. Guidelines are also provided for incorporating UDL into an online curriculum for teaching both general and diverse 

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