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UCD Syllabi

A course syllabus is most often the backbone of a college course. It is here that students refer to for information about the course, assignments, texts and contacting the instructor

However, for students who have a difficult time processing multiple pages of written text, much of the written material is often overlooked. By incorporating Universal Course Design (UCD) strategies into a college syllabus, students will have greater access to the information it is meant to provide.
Here is a tip sheet to help you design your own accessible syllabi, and also an audiovisual presentation on how to create your own UCD syllabus:


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