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1 Using Universal Design for Learning to Support All Online Students Thomas J. Tobin, PhD, MSLS, PMP Northeastern Illinois University Access for All

2 What I’ve Learned about Miami U Access for All

3 What I’ve Learned about Miami U Access for All

4 What I’ve Learned about Miami U Access for All

5 What I’ve Learned about Miami U Access for All

6 What I’ve Learned about Miami U Access for All

7 What is Miami U of Ohio Doing Right? Access for All

8 What is the Problem?

9 Access for All What is the Problem?

10 Access for All What is the Problem?

11 Access for All What is the Problem? M Book

12 What is Universal Design for Learning? Access for All

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14 UDL = access, no matter why Access for All

15 “We want a situation that is good for everybody... part of it is thinking about what has to happen at the level of design that makes accommodation less necessary.” -- Sam Johnston, CAST -- Sam Johnston, CAST Access for All

16 Universal Design for Learning: multiple means of representing informationmultiple means of representing information multiple ways for learners to take actionmultiple ways for learners to take action multiple means of learner engagementmultiple means of learner engagement Access for All

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25 Five UDL Strategies Access for All

26 Strategy 1: start with text. Access for All

27 Strategy 2: make alternatives. Access for All

28 Strategy 3: let ‘em do it their way. Access for All

29 Strategy 4: go step by step. Access for All

30 Strategy 5: set content free. Access for All

31 1.Start new design processes with text. 2.Create alternates for all multimedia. 3.Design alternate ways for learners to demonstrate each course objective. 4.Break up complex learners tasks into separate components. 5.Expand, document, and share interactions within online courses using free or low-cost tools. Five UDL Strategies Access for All

32 On-Campus Resources Office of Disability Resources: accessibility@muohio.edu, (513) 529-1541Office of Disability Resources: accessibility@muohio.edu, (513) 529-1541 Kenya Ash, Section 504 & ADA Coordinator: ashkd@MiamiOH.edu, (513) 529-7157Kenya Ash, Section 504 & ADA Coordinator: ashkd@MiamiOH.edu, (513) 529-7157 Accessible Technologies Committee (ATC): mu- accesstech@muohio.eduAccessible Technologies Committee (ATC): mu- accesstech@muohio.edu Miami University Ambassadors for Students with Disabilities (MUASD):Miami University Ambassadors for Students with Disabilities (MUASD): Lauren Davis: davisle5@miamioh.eduLauren Davis: davisle5@miamioh.edu Kristin Kuhn: kuhnka@miamioh.eduKristin Kuhn: kuhnka@miamioh.edu Access for All

33 udlcenter.org/implementation/postsecondary/ CollegeSTAR Boston College U of Vermont Outside Resources Access for All

34 Consulting AccessibilityAccessibility Copyright & intellectual propertyCopyright & intellectual property Academic integrityAcademic integrity Evaluation of teaching practicesEvaluation of teaching practices Institutional project managementInstitutional project management Access for All

35 Thank You! t-tobin@neiu.edu Access for All All images by Thomas Tobin or used under Creative Commons license from Flickr.com owners.


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