Craig Spooner and Jesse Hausler The ACCESS Project Universal Design for Learning.
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Craig Spooner and Jesse Hausler The ACCESS Project Universal Design for Learning
ACCESS Project Second project, funded by U.S. D.O.E., Office of Postsecondary Education Partners and collaborators: OT Dept. (CCP, ATRC), The Institute for Learning and Teaching (TILT), Psychology, CVMBS http://accessproject.colostate.edu/ http://accessproject.colostate.edu/ Implementation, Dissemination, Research Winner of 2008 N. Preston Davis Group Award for Instructional Innovation
Defining UDL Universal Design for Learning is a set of principles and techniques for creating inclusive classroom instruction and accessible course materials. “ ” teaching technology
Applying the 3 principles to your work 1. Present information and concepts in multiple ways and in a variety of formats. 2. Allow students multiple ways to express their comprehension and mastery of a topic. 3. Encourage students to engage with new ideas and information in multiple ways.
UDL Tech Modules Microsoft Word Styles and Headings Images Adobe PDF HTML E-Text
Alternative Text How does the context of this image affect the alternative text?
UDL and Multimedia Transcripts A written or text-based record of dictated or recorded speech. May contain additional relevant information, such as descriptions or comments. Captions A transcript is timed to display with the video track, it displays on screen as a caption. Descriptive Audio The narration of key visual elements in a video or multimedia product.