Universal Design for Learning
Emerging & Promising Practices
Thinking Reader Software
Gordon, D. T. (2002, January/February). Curriculum access in the digital age. Harvard Education Letter: Research Online. Retrieved from http://www.hepg.org/hel/article/191
This article describes a program called Thinking Reader that enables students who have difficulty reading to use the same text materials as their peers. The program highlights words, reads them aloud, provides definitions on request, and queries students about the text.
Accessibility of Web & Educational Technology
This document explains proposed updated guidelines for Web accessibility. The guidelines incorporate the most up-to-date thinking on Universal Design of electronic resources, including those used in education.
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