A. Basic UDL Resources
- "Universal Design for Learning Guidelines Chart" (old version)
- "Universal Design for Learning in Higher Education" (pdf; University of Calgary, Taylor Institute; includes useful "Putting It Into Practice" ideas for implementation)
B. "UDL on Campus" Resources
2. "Media & Materials" (each with useful "Accessibility at a Glance" resources)
3. "Accessibility and Policy" (mostly American, but useful/interesting content)
C. Other Useful Universal Design Resources
- "Universal Design for Learning" (Georgian College; includes useful chart of "What You Can Do," "Ideas," and links to "Examples/Support" for providing multiple means f engagement, representation, and action and engagement)
- "What Is Universal Design for Learning?" (a resource from D2L)
- "UDL: Supporting Diversity in BC Schools" (includes a 6-module course aimed for teachers of younger students but still relevant and useful)
D. "Universal Design for Learning: Theory and Practice" (online, hyperlinked book; 98 pages) includes the following chapters:
NOTE: Access to the online text requires free registration with CAST (Center for Applied Special Technology).
- "Re-Envisioning Education through UDL"
- "Expert Learning"
- "The Variability of Learners"
- "Universal Design for Learning"
- "A Framework for UDL Implementation"
- "Designing for All: What Is a UDL Curriculum?"
- "Learning Through Practice: Voices from the Field"