I find UDL invaluable for thinking about the 'how', 'what', and 'why', especially when designing eLearning experiences. It stops me getting carried away with some of the amazing bells and whistles we can create, and starts me thinking about the flow of the learning - about how I can build in choice and multiple pathways - and really starting considering requirements around access and accessibility.
The truly awesome Chrissie Butler, recommends that "to get some clarity on the impact of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in another part of the world, take a look at phase 1 of British Columbia's new website on UDL. Chrissie also suggests that if you want to dig deeper you could work your way through this Self-directed course.
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