Exploring universal design for learning as an accessibility tool in higher education

Universal Design for Learning, or UDL, allows all students to access course materials, removing the need for some of them to actively seek support and disclose their disabilities. Therese Cumming discusses high satisfaction rates for UDL for both students and instructors.

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