Universal Design for Learning
The Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) promotes Universal Design for Learning on the Chico State campus. Universal Design for Learning is the process of making course concepts accessible and skills attainable regardless of learning style, physical or sensory abilities. It is an intentional approach to design. It anticipates a variety of needs and broadens usability to the public. It is economical for the University and respects human diversity.
For more information
- Universal Design of Instruction: Definition, Principles, and Examples—designing instruction to maximize learning for all students.
- Equal Access: Universal Design of Instruction—a checklist to maximize learning for all students.
- Equity and Excellence in Higher Education's Universal Course Design (UCD) Website