Universal Design for Learning

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a proactive approach to design our courses to ensure they are educationally accessible to all students, regardless of their learning style, cognitive, physical or sensory abilities. This page provides links to UDL related information or resources. 

What is UDL?

Why Is UDL necessary?

Neuroscience study results reveal that our DNA or our three primary brain networks account for the individual differences in our skills, needs and interest.


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