Know a good UDE website or resource?
The Accessible Virtual Campus
Labs and Studios
This website provides general guidelines to survey the physical accessibility of a computer lab. Some examples of guidelines are physical space, printed materials, and electronic resources.
Washington University DO-IT
This webpage includes an "AT Quick Reference" guide to help individuals make their computer workstations more accessible. There are also answers to frequently asked questions regarding accessible computer workstations.
Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access (CATEA)
This webpage includes the top 10 tips for making laboratory materials and activities universally designed. Some examples for lab work are included.
University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada
This printable rubric provides a guide to evaluate a syllabus based on different elements using universal design components.
EnACT, California State University
This website provides disability specific accommodations for lab environments to increase accessibility for all people, including people with disabilities.
DO-IT, University of Washington
Detailed checklists for planning and developing universally designed computer laboratories.
Burgstahler, S. DO-IT, University of Washington