The UDL Guidelines are a tool used in the implementation of Universal Design for Learning, a framework to improve and optimize teaching and learning for all people based on scientific insights into how humans learn
Universal Design for Learning and Virginia’s Disability Employment Initiative
How to use UDL as a framework to strengthen our flexibility as educators, employment specialists, faculty, and rehabilitation practitioners so that all students engage in learning with deep understanding.
A web accessibility statement is an information page on your website that clearly states the level of web accessibility to which the website aims to conform. Considerations: What information do you need to include? How do you write one? And where should it be on your website?
Ensuring equal and effective electronic and information technology access is the responsibility of all programs, teachers, and staff. Learn how the University of Montana set-up their accessibility plan.
When thinking about accessibility as a whole, it’s really important to remember that without accessibility, there can never truly be inclusion or equity. So we want to make sure that we’re addressing systemic issues of equity. Accessibility has to be one of our considerations. Watch this video on Operationalizing Accessibility to learn more.