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Universal Design for Online Learning
There are some great resources available online that speak to how to deploy Universal Design in your online teaching.
The Association for Higher Education Access and Disability (AHEAD) has a great resource page available called Distance Education: Navigating New Seas. (Click here to open the page, opens in a new tab)
For those who like to read a reflective article on Universal Design for Learning principles and their application, check out this article from David Rose et al (Click here to view the article, opens in a new tab)
The Centre for Applied Special Technology in Harvard University (Click here to visit the CAST website, opens in a new tab) have been very active in advocating for UDL and have also established a UDL Centre (Click here to visit the UDL Centre Medium site, opens in a new tab). There are great resources and interesting discussion on their sites if you wish to learn more.