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Center for Universal Design in Education

Application of the principles of universal design for instruction (UDI) represents a new approach to teaching that promotes proactive design and use of inclusive instructional practices that benefit all students. The center seeks to advance the development of instructional methods, tools, and strategies that are flexible, customizable, and accessible to students from different backgrounds, learning styles, abilities, and disabilities in a variety of learning contexts.

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