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Four Ways to Incorporate Universal Design for Learning into Your Assignment Instructions

This paper provides a brief overview of universal design. It also discusses four ways to incorporate universal design for learning into your assignment instructions which include designing instructions with the user in mind, reducing barriers to accessing the assignment, establishing the assignments goals and objectives, and providing examples.

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