Universal Design For Learning (UDL) Resources
Here you will find some resources about Universal Design for Learning (UDL). We hope they will aid you in providing universal access for all students and toward supporting equitable learning opportunities.
We will update this list as we learn of new resources.
- how to scan documents into OCR (Optical Character Recognition) at USF XEROX copy-print stations
- how to use Google Docs for OCR scanning
Accessibility and Universal Design for Learning Resources
A simple set of directions to help you check documents for screen readability:
"Quick Tips" for using UDL principles in syllabus and class design:
An accessible syllabus template:
Simple visual template sheets and how-to guides for making accessible Word and PDF documents. These come from the Instructional Design Resources website out of the Office of Educational Technologies Services:
A set of tools about UDL on postsecondary campuses:
The Canvas LMS Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0) Checklist houses a template for evaluating Canvas' conformance with the accessibility standards under Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Act WCAG 2.0 AA Standards.
The National Collaborative for Disability and Technology site tagline is "200+ People With Disabilities And Engineers Working Together To Develop And Evaluate Accessible Technology."