Universal Design for Learning for Blended and Online Courses

Universal Design for Learning is a framework that guides the design of courses and learning
environments to appeal to the largest number of learners. It emphasizes flexibility in how instructional
material is presented, how students demonstrate their knowledge and skills, and in how they are
engaged in learning. This resource can be used to demonstrate how the three principles of universal
design for learning: engagement (opportunities for student involvement in their learning);
representation (the ways in which learners' access and interact with course information); and action
and expression (how students demonstrate their learning in various forms) can be applied to blended
and online learning environments.

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