Digital Accessibility & Universal Design for Learning
The aim of Universal Design for Learning is to provide multiple means of student engagement, representation, and expression. “UDL provides useful guidelines for developing curricula, selecting materials and creating learning environments that takes into account the wide variability of learners in higher ed environments.” (CAST)
We realize that making courses accessible to all students can be a challenge, but the solutions to these challenges needn’t all be complicated or time-consuming. We hope that you find the blog posts and resources provided here easy to apply and helpful in understanding and developing accessible course content for our students.
Learn About Universal Design for Learning
Newest Digital Accessibility Topics
Faculty and staff at Meredith College have access to our Library of Accessibility Resources course in Brightspace covering:
- Understanding accessibility
- Design concepts
- Universal design
- Word documents
- Screen readers
If you don’t have access to the course, please contact the IDAT team.
Disability Services collaborates with students, faculty, staff, and community members to create usable, equitable, inclusive and sustainable living and working environments on campus.
IDAT can help with general accessibly related to our supported software but for comprehensive accessibility and disability needs please contact Meredith College’s Disability Services.