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Brief overview of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and how Web Accessibility fits into the overall UDL framework. Basic Web Accessibility for text and images.

Session objectives:

  • Describe the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework.
  • Apply  web accessibility guidelines for digital text to revise one of your course modules.
  • Apply  web accessibility guidelines for images to revise one of your course modules.
  • Use free web accessibility checkers to check your course module.
  • Find a close-captioned YouTube video to use in your course.

Previously presented at:

  • UH System 5-0 Training (Summer 2018)
  • Kapiolani CC (Oct 2018)
  • Leeward CC Convocations (Jan 2019)
  • Teaching Colleges and Community (TCC) Online Conference (April 2019)

Last updated: April 2019


Introduction to Universal Design for Learning

Brief overview of Universal Design (UDL) in the context of Universal Design. Introduction to UDL Guidelines and the three areas of Engagement, Representation, Action & Expression.

Session objective:

  • Describe the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework

Last updated: April 2019

Applying UDL to Your Course

Presentation to be used to guide participants through the process of applying UDL to their own course.

Session Objectives:

  1. Identify what your students are struggling with in your course
  2. Apply UDL Strategies to address one struggle by examining your
    1. Learning goals
    2. Materials
    3. Methods
    4. Assessment

Last updated: April 2019

Designing a UDL Syllabus

Applying UDL Principles to your course syllabus.

Web Accessibility

Apply  web accessibility for text and image to your course content

Last updated: April 2019

Assistive Technology

Presentation to encourage hands-on experimentation with freely available Assistive Technology.

Last updated: April 2019

Reflections and On the Horizon

This presentation shares future technologies that can assist students with disabilities

Last updated: May 2018

Making your documents accessibleMaking your documents accessible 

This presentation, developed by Ari Eichelberger at the University of Hawaii, College of Education focuses on making Word documents accessible.