The three core principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) are easy to implement strategies. Using these strategies each time you develop course materials is a proactive way to address accommodation needs of students, make your materials more accessible to all students and reduce the need to retroactively adapt your materials should you have a request from SDS (Student Disability Services) to do so.
The principles are:
To review more detailed examples and resources visit the National Center on UDL website guidelines page.
Read more about supporting evidence for UDL on the National Center's website.
The theory, pedagogy and neuroscience behind UDL are discussed in these books: