Universal Design for Learning Resources for Faculty

Video resources for faculty

Looking for concrete and easy to implement tools to make your classroom more inclusive?  In these short videos, McGill Faculty members share some tools they have successfully integrated into their classroom. Each video is about 3 minutes long and highlights one of the three UDL principles. Please feel free to share these with your colleagues and department.  Similarly, if you would like to contribute a tip or one of your personal experiences, and create a video of your own to highlight your inclusive practices, please contact tanja [dot] beck [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Tanja Beck).

Universal Design at McGill

McGill faculty have been kind enough to share their own creative ways of applying the principles of UDL in their classrooms in a video format:

Three Principles of Universal Design for Learning

Principle I: Provide Multiple Means of Representation

Principle II: Provide Multiple Means of Action and Expression

Principle III: Provide Multiple Means of Engagement

For Faculty Links

Universal Design.

Faculty Research.

Screen Readers and P D F files

Faculty Resources.

Workshop Requests

Video Resources.

Ten tips for U D L