Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an approach to teaching aimed at meeting the needs of every student in a classroom. It can be helpful for all students, including students with learning and attention issues.
- UDL On Campus - Website concerning the Universal Design for Learning in Higher Education.
- Intelligent Lives (video 14:51) - YouTube video providing a preview of the film directed and produced by Dan Habib exploring the value of inclusion
- The Myth of Average: (video 18:26) - A YouTube video from Todd Rose, Harvard Faculty, talking about how a simple new way of thinking helps nurture individual potential in his TedX talk.
- The Power of Personal Website Populace.org.
- Think College Website for Think College.
- Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology (DOIT) Website.
- UDL: A Rubric For Evaluating Your Course Syllabus (.pdf) Document to provide tips to reach all students with a universally designed syllabus.
- Postsecondary Institutions With UDL Initiatives Website for udloncampus.org
- Faculty Guide to Teaching Students with Disabilities (.pdf) Document provided by CUNY concerning reasonable accommodations.