Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework designed to remove gaps and barriers for students in their learning. By implementing this framework and using other accessibility tools, you bring equity to your course design. Universal Design for Learning provides a set of guidelines to offer multiple means of engagement, representation, and action and expression.
- Contact the Online Developers if your department is looking for assistance in incorporating UDL principles into your online teaching. They facilitate department workshops, and provide one-on-one support. Take a look at the "Let's Talk about UDL" video series created by the Online Developers for practical tips on implementing UDL in your course;
- Contact VCC Disability Services for up-to-date information on academic planning, orientation and learning assistance and services for our students with disabilities in specialized or regular programs;
- BC Campus also offers a free Accessibility Toolkit.