Paul Hamilton has created a new website that focuses on Universal Design for Learning (UDL). To quote his intro: "This site hosts information about Universal Design for Learning, and shares free and low-cost digital tools that facilitate a UDL approach to learning, as well as tools to support learners with access challenges."
Via Beth Dichter, Elizabeth Dalton
"The resources on this site focus on how UDL can be used to address learner variability in postsecondary education settings in order to help ensure that all students receive a high-quality learning experience and are able to succeed."
Via Elizabeth Dalton
How Assistive Touch works on the iPad. This is a great option if you have a iPad user with motor delays that may need help making certain gestures and motion... (Did you know the iPad has #assistive touch #technology?
Autism Daily Newscast Assistive Technology Improves Access to Education for Children with Autism Autism Daily Newscast Reading and writing support is also available through text to speech and dictation software, reducing a child's need to visually...
Give Voice to Apps: Why Speech Will Replace Touch as Primary Input The Next Web The decision to use Apple's VoiceOver is notable in part because Amazon had previously acquired a company, IVONA Software that provides Kindle “text to speech” and...
“ Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a learning approach to maximize learning for everyone in the classroom or with a student development activity. This humorous YouTube video explains the three major principles of UDL ...”
Via Jane Strunck
“ The UDL Exchange: Free, online resource for teachers. The UDL Exchange is a free online repository to browse and build resources, lessons and collections. Patrons can use and share these materials to support instruction guided by the UDL ...”
Via Jane Strunck
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