Universal Design for Learning and Inclusive Instruction
16% of UCLA undergraduate students have a disability. Help empower this growing population through accessible curriculum design and web content.
In this session, you will learn the challenges for people with disabilities, understand the impact of assistive technology and screenreading software to “read text out loud”, and receive hands-on experience building an accessible document. We will also discuss some of the principals of Universal Design for Learning and how they might be applied in your course and research documents.
For all trainings, please bring your laptop. If needed, a laptop can be provided for you.
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