Ten simple steps toward Universal design of Online Classes


This resource provides a 10 step guide to making your courses and learning materials more accessible in accordance with Universal Design for Learning principles.

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Engaging with the ten simple steps provided in the video can support the universal design of online classes. The steps are short and concise, and can be applied by anyone to enhance the accessibility of their work.

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