UDL Guidelines - Version 2.0: Examples and Resources
Disclaimer: The examples and resources highlighted on these pages have been gathered for educational purposes. CAST does not necessarily endorse the products listed, nor does their inclusion here mean that these products are complete expressions of the UDL principles and guidelines. They may illustrate certain principles and not others.
Below, you will find teacher-friendly examples and resources that illustrate each of the UDL checkpoints. Exploring these examples and resources not only helps to clarify what is meant by each of the checkpoints but also gives teachers ideas of ways to implement UDL in their classrooms.
These lists are meant to be a sampling of the different examples and resources that are available. All products listed are free, but some may have fee-based versions.
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Over the last 4 years we have developed a range of tools, resources and activities. Each has been created to help those involved in creating a course to identify, reflect on or solve issues associated with its design, planning and/or writing. Each is, therefore, a ‘tool’ that can be used as is or reversioned for your context.
To create these tools we have drawn on existing academic, theoretical and practitioner research, existing tools, and the experience of the pilots themselves. Furthermore, they have been trialled both internally at the OU and externally across several other universities. In total over 200 staff have attended OULDI workshops where these tools and we have interviewed over 100 individuals. Many more have tried them at conferences, individually or in other contexts supported by the projects. Conseuqently, the tools have gone through several iterations and evolved over time.
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