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Universal Design and Learning Centered Education

This Power Point presentation is packaged with the following goals: 1) understand the concepts of UD and LCE and how they are interrelated, and 2) utilize dynamic course design to integrate both concepts. It was initially developed as a DARC training module. Please note that the ppt file is labled "DRAFT" because some of the graphics do not have EqTDs written yet.

R2D2 Center at UW-Milwaukee

Universal Design & Learning Centered Education (DRAFT)  (PowerPoint Presentation)

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Posted by: thorsons on Tue Nov 24, 2020 at 10:50 a.m.

The information presented was concise and informative. The premise of the presentation was clear as it was appropriately addressed throughout the presentation. Most useful was the implementation of the UD practice of providing textual descriptions of the spoken and pictorial information in the notes section of each slide. A voice over may be an additional, more efficient way to convey such information for a variety of users.

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Posted by: tripp on Thu Apr 18, 2024 at 12:24 p.m.

This presentation was extremely informative and easy to follow. Although I wasn't there for the actual presentation, the notes allowed me to understand each slide. There were EqTDs for the pictures. Overall, it was obvious that the creator of the presentation made it accessible for all.
I wish they would've included the audio and closed captioning for the group discussion activity because I feel it would've been beneficial to hear others' thoughts on the topic.

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Universal design requires thinking about all users.

Valerie Fletcher
Executive Director of Adaptive Environments.