Universal Design (Accessible Classrooms and Labs)
"Universal Design" is the design of products and environments to be usable by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design. Making a product or environment accessible to people with disabilities often benefits others. Below are resources that can apply the Universal Design concept into your classroom.
Universal Design Resources
- Universal Design Overview
- Inclusive Teaching Checklist
- Universal Design of Distance Learning
- Transcript of the 2016 Diversity Summit Discussion on Universal Design
Computer Technology and People with Disabilities
The use of computer technologies benefit all students and without these services some students are not accommodated. Below are resources related to computer technology and students with disabilities.