Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

Universal Design originally came from architecture. The idea was to design a building that could be used to the greatest extent possible by anyone, regardless of age, ability, etc.

Universal Design consists of:

  • Multiple means of representation
  • Multiples means of engagement
  • Multiple means of action and expression


Resources on the Web

Contact Accessibility Coordinators

  Brandon Ray/Director of IT Services/Technology Accessibility Coordinator

Fax: 360.442.2259

  Mary Kate Morgan/Director of Disability Support Services & Special Populations


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