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An Introduction to Universal Design in Higher Education

This presentation by Roger O. Smith, PhD, OT, FAOTA, to a group of faculty at University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse includes an overview of Universal Design in Higher Education (UDE). This is the first video in a series of 4 and coverse the current system of individual accommodations and the A3 Model, a theoretical model of how campuses serve the needs of students with disabilities. The question, “Why universal design in education?” is answered with historical context and perspectives from current research.

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1 of 4 (captioned) An Introduction to UD in Higher Education  (YouTube Video)

1 of 4 (video described) Introduction to UD in Higher Education  (YouTube Video)

2 of 4 (captioned) Introduction to UD in Higher Education  (YouTube Video)

2 of 4 (video described) Introduction to UD in Higher Education  (YouTube Video)

3 of 4 (captioned) Introduction to UD in Higher Education  (YouTube Video)

3 of 4 (video described) Introduction to UD in Higher Education  (YouTube Video)

4 of 4 (captioned) Introduction to UD in Higher Education  (YouTube Video)

4 of 4 (vid. described) Introduction to UD in Higher Education  (YouTube Video)

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Posted by: MNVRSAT on Mon Oct 17, 2011 at 11:47 a.m.

A great presentation covering what we have learned in Design and Disability at UWM.

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