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Distance Learning & Learning Disabilities Courses

Courses that have been designed to benefit students with learning disabilities have been found to benefit everyone!

Universal Design in Learning (UDL) is an innovative approach to teaching that responds to the knowledge of individual learner differences.

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Distance Learning (DL) is the fastest growing sector of education today. This year more than 3.2 million students will take at least one...

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Learning Disabilites (LD) Students with learning disabilities are the largest group of students with disabilities at the college level.

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Web Accessibility – Just a few easy steps can make your online course materials accessible to all users...

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Distance Learning & Learning Disabilities

This endeavor is funded by a U.S. Department of Education Demonstration Project to Ensure Students with Disabilities Receive a Quality Higher Education.

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This site is designed to provide instructors with the resources they need to help make their courses more accessible to students with learning disabilities, while also addressing different learning styles.

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Modules created by other Department of Education grant funded institutions:

Sonoma State University: Enact offers faculty online multimedia resources that model successful teaching and learning practices.

University of Washington: DO-IT offers resources for faculty who would like to create activities that maximize learning of all students.

Last Modified 5/2/12