Projects & Examples

The UDL Online Training Module

The UDL Online Training Module is a self-directed learning resource and you can follow along at your own pace. This online course has been divided into three modules and each module is presented in multiple formats (PowerPoint with voice over, audio only, and text only). You can choose the format that suits you best. The Center for Teaching and Faculty Developmentis supports the faculty of the San Francisco State University.

Universal Design for Learning

Author: Emilano Ayala, Brett Christie, Sonoma State University

This is a 24-minute Breeze Presentation with slides, synchronized audio, and captions. The presentation…
Type: Lecture/Presentation
Date Added: Aug 02, 2006
Date Modified: Sep 15, 2008

UDL for Introduction to Music

Author: Sandra Yang
Universal Design for Learning video case story, as an example applied to Introduction to Music. Case…
Type: Case Study
Date Added: Sep 23, 2008
Date Modified: Sep 23, 2008

Video: Introduction to Unviersal for Learning

Developed as part of the FAME (Faculty and Administrator Modules in Higher Education). The FAME Project is a training grant awarded to The Ohio State University from the Office of Post-Secondary Education, U.S. Department of Education (P333A020033-03)

EnACT (Ensuring Access Through Collaboration)

EnACT distinguishes itself as a model demonstration project in that it provides new and beginning faculty across the California State University (CSU) system with a comprehensive model of professional development that focuses on the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL).

Universal Design for Learning: Universal Postsecondary Support and Instruction Design for Equalization Springfield Technical Community College, Springfield, MA.

Leadership and Technology: Universal Design for Learning, online course series, Louisiana Board of Regents, 2007,

Universal Design for Learning, University of Kentucky


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