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 Universal Design for Learning 

 Stella Woodroffe Do you know who is in your classroom? Today’s college students are incredibly diverse in their learning needs, preparation, and approaches. The skills, needs, interests, and backgrounds present in your classroom may be as varied as the number of students. The challenge for each instructor is to anticipate this learner variability and provide every student with equal opportunities to learn. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) offers a flexible approach to designing curricula, teaching methods, materials, and assessments that is welcoming, accessible, and inclusive for all students.  

In this reading and discussion group, facilitated by Stella Woodroffe (Access-Ability Services), faculty will explore the principles, guidelines, and application of UDL in their classes. For more information or to join this group, please contact Stella at




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