The UDL Guidelines, including the research evidence bibliography; classroom examples and resources; and downloadable documents are now hosted by the National Center on Universal Design for Learning website.
The Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Guidelines aim to help educators design learning experiences and curricula that are more accessible, effective, and engaging for ALL students.
This blog provides a forum for educators and other education stakeholders (parents, policy makers, etc.) to share stories about applying the UDL Guidelines and identify new examples and resources that support application of the UDL Guideline options.
We welcome your comments on the Guidelines themselves, as well as suggestions on ways to share and implement them. The Guidelines will be updated to reflect user recommendations as well as changes in the learning sciences and technology. Welcome to the conversation.
Offer your comments and suggestions on the UDL Guidelines by clicking on the links to right.
Download the UDL Guidelines in multiple formats (text of entire document, one-page graphic organizer, educator checklist of guidelines)