Launch of the Universal Design Learning (UDL) Toolkit


An EDTL project webinar detailing the launch of DCU’s Universal Design Learning (UDL) Toolkit.

Benefit of this resource and how to make the best use of it

Universal Design Learning has become a strategic focus for many institutions. In line with this, DCU’s Teaching Enhancement Unit have developed a UDL toolkit, along with helpful checklists. This webinar provides a detailed introduction to UDL, as well as an overview of the UDL developed toolkit and helpful tips and approaches to enhance accessibility with VLE modules.

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