Center for Learning at SPU
The goal of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is to build a course with a wide range of learners in mind. Even so, no course can be made perfectly accessible through UDL alone. Individual accommodations can supplement your course and will managed in the Center for Learning, by the Disability Support Services Office.
- SPU Library Catalog Search for Universal Design
- Vulnerable Communion: A Theology of Disability and Hospitality by Thomas E. Reynolds
- Does Active Learning Really Work: A Review of the Research by Michael Prince
- Web Accessibility Evaluation Tool (WAVE)
- Contrast compliance
- In browser tools
- Chrome Accessibility Developer Tools
- Khan Academy Developed Accessibility checker Tota11y
- Products and extensions from Deque, an Accessible Web Company
Course Design and Course Tools
- Download Adobe Acrobat Pro
- Course Checklist
- Create accessible Open Educational Resources (OERs)
- Inclusive Design Handbook
- SPU Universal Design for Learning Flip Book (print version, print first and last page double sided).
- Check out this humorous and informative video about putting an End to Awkward
- Universal Design in the Media. Universal Design is a dynamic topic. This page will highlight current events and news stories related to accessibility and education.
- SPU faculty collaboratively generated list of UDL examples from the faculty in-service in March 2016.
- PowerPoint slide deck from UDL faculty in-service in March 2016.