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Why Universal Design in an Educational Setting?

This video totaling approximately 30 minutes was created by the ACCESS-ed Project as a resource promoting universal design in higher education. Instructors and students share ideas for accessibility within a classroom setting. Topics include, but are not limited to, methods of providing accessible instruction and resources that aid in the accessibility of instruction. Students with disabilities express concerns based on their experiences and explain what has worked for them. Instructors discuss how they have effectively applied universal design in their courses. This is an excellent training tool when introducing universal design to your campus.

1 of 4 (captioned) "Why Universal Design in an Educational Setting?"  (YouTube Video) (ACCESS-ed) (Closed captioned)

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2 of 4 (captioned) "Why Universal Design in an Educational Setting?"  (YouTube Video) (ACCESS-ed) (Closed captioned) (Video described)

2 of 4 (video described) "Why Universal Design in an Educational Setting?"  (YouTube Video) (ACCESS-ed) (Video described)

3 of 4 (captioned) "Why Universal Design in an Educational Setting?"  (YouTube Video) (ACCESS-ed) (Closed captioned)

3 of 4 (video described) "Why Universal Design in an Educational Setting?"  (YouTube Video) (ACCESS-ed) (Video described)

4 of 4 (captioned) "Why Universal Design in an Educational Setting?"  (YouTube Video) (ACCESS-ed) (Closed captioned)

4 of 4 (video described) "Why Universal Design in an Educational Setting?"  (YouTube Video) (ACCESS-ed) (Video described)

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A lot of people with a disability say, "This is who I am. I don't come here hoping my disability will go away, but because I want to participate."

Carolyn R. Thompson