Accessible education is the process of designing courses and developing a teaching style to meet the needs of people from a variety of backgrounds, abilities and learning styles.
A. "Introduction to Universal Design for Learning" (web page) offers videos and links to resources and teaching suggestions for incorporating Universal Design into the post-secondary class, specifically a starter-set of multiple means for the following:
"ELI 7 Things to Know about ... Accessibility Polic[ies]" (pdf), an American-based text, starts with a scenario of one college adopting such policies and moves on to answer 7 questions -- several of which are of particular interest to us in the Teaching Commons at Lakehead:
A. The Seven Questions Addressed