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Welcome to the Resource Library at the National Center on Universal Design for Learning. This library offers rich resources in a variety of media to improve understanding of UDL and support its implementation.

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A Practical Reader in Universal Design for Learning

Practical Reader book coverIn this first UDL Reader, Anne Meyer and David H. Rose bring together a collection of articles on the practical, classroom dimensions of the UDL revolution in education.

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UDL in the Classroom: Practical Applications

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CAST's Tracey Hall and colleagues show how to apply UDL across all subject areas and grade levels in clear language filled with examples.

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Technology Tools for Students with Autism

Technology Tools for Students with Autism CoverThis book by Bowser, Goodwin, & Wayland offers an in-depth tour of technologies that support learners with autism, including a chapter that discusses UDL planning for students with autism.

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Design and Deliver

Design and Deliver CoverAre you looking for how to get started with applying UDL to your classroom practice? UDL Coordinator Loui Lord Nelson has created this reader-friendly UDL primer with detailed guidelines on lesson planning.

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Read an ArticlePolicy Foundations of Universal Design for Learning

In this paper, Hehir discusses some of the historical policy foundations of UDL, tracking its development from the 1970’s to NCLB and IDEA. It also discusses some policy considerations and other policies that support UDL.

Read an ArticleReading as Thinking

Dalton and Proctor discuss the variety of supports that could be included in designing a “Universal Literacy Environment” for students “in the margins”. In particular, they focus on how to help build learners’ comprehension.

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Visit this LinkUDL in Prince George County School District

This School District website features resources and information for teachers, parents, and professional development. It also has some great non-tech resources organized by guideline.

Visit this LinkUDL Tech Toolkit

This toolkit provides a wealth of resources for teachers interested in implementing UDL into their classrooms including: literacy tools, graphic orgainzers, math tools, study skills tools, and more.


Last Updated: 12/31/2013

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