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Universal Design for Learning

All students should be able to:

  • acquire the same information
  • participate in the same activities
  • be active contributors, producers, consumers, etc.

Accessibility means providing equally effective and integrated communication, ensuring that everyone can read, navigate, understand, and engage with your materials.

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is providing multiple means of representation, action & expression, engagement © 2011 by CAST

Inclusive Design according to Microsoft "enables and draws on the full range of human diversity. Most importantly, this means including and learning from people with a range of perspective."

CMU Support Contacts


Educational Access Services


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Distance Education:

Liz Prickett, Next Generation Learning Specialist


[email protected]