Universal Design for learning (UDL) is a set of principles that give all individuals equal opportunities to learn. UDL goes beyond technology and expands the full learning experience. We know from experience and science that individuals learn in varied ways—ways that are particular to them. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) helps educators plan for variability with flexible, responsive teaching methods and technologies.
Equal access for students with disabilities is integrated into the educational environment through innovative learning tools and emerging technology. The Disability Services Staff are available to confer with faculty/staff directly regarding those students with more complex disability needs, or use specialized assistive technology. The Disability Services staff will be happy to work with faculty/staff to make whatever arrangements are necessary to understand there are design elements you may choose that could create new and at times insurmountable barriers to access. Please contact Tamara Mariotti to ensure that your entire course is accessible to individuals with disabilities and that it complies fully with federal regulations.
Tamara Mariotti, ADA/504 Coordinator
Payne Hall, Room 104H
Educational Technology Services
James Lynch, Director of Educational Technology
Academic Building, Room 137
Marketing & Communications
Matthew Snyder, Director of Marketing & Communications
Payne Hall, Room 345