About This Textbook
For educators to improve their practice by integrating UDL principles in their work. The three workbooks include:
- Universal Design for Learning: A Practical Guide,
- Universal Design for Learning: Strategies for Blended and Online Learning, and
- Assessment Design: Perspectives and Examples Informed by Universal Design for Learning.
Lynn Truong, David Smulders, Seanna Takacs, Junsong Zhang, Helen Lee
Justice Institute of British Columbia
February 10, 2022
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