Mohawk College’s UDL Course Assessment (version 3.0) is an interactive module that can support you as an educator interested in assessing your current UDL implementation. It offers targeted resources to learn more about specific UDL elements that may be beneficial in post-secondary and technology-enabled learning environments.
For this activity, use the link provided to complete the UDL Course Assessment, keeping in mind your current teaching and learning context. You will obtain a report at the end of the assessment module. As you complete the activity, you may find it helpful to have the UDL Guide (PDF) downloaded to reference.
The following are some resources to deepen your learning about UDL in post-secondary education and its relation to technology:
- UDL on Campus has full of resources and examples of UDL implementation in post-secondary education, including environments that are technology-enabled. The Getting Started and Course Design pages are excellent and cover a wide range of topics we have only had a brief opportunity to touch on in this module.
- UDL Navigators in Higher Education: A Field Guide by Jodie Black and Eric Moore, serves as an excellent “how-to” manual for post-secondary educators. Whether you are just starting your UDL implementation or are further along in your journey, this book will have something for you.
- Mohawk College has made their UDL implementation efforts and resources public. Implementers are welcome to access the full UDL Standard, as well as their resources and implementation ideas through Universal Design for Learning Resources at Mohawk College.