DC: Yet another reason to implement/support Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

DC: Yet another reason for Universal Design for Learning’s multiple means of presentation/media: Encourage faculty to presume students are under-connected. Asynchronous, low-bandwidth approaches help give students more flexibility in accessing course content in the face of connectivity challenges. — as excerpted from campustechnology.com’s article entitled, “4 Ways Institutions Can Meet Students’ Connectivity and Technology Needs“ […]

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