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A picture collage composed of an oriental female, an African American male, a hand on the keyboard, a female and male student using technology in classroom, and a female and male conversing in ASL.

This site is the product of grant-funded projects at the University of Connecticut, Center on Postsecondary Education and Disability. Universal Design for Instruction (UDI), the foundation for grant activities, is an approach to college instruction that anticipates diversity of learners and provides a framework for college faculty to incorporate inclusive strategies in their teaching. The FacultyWare site was designed to provide you with a broad range of information and tools to enhance the design and delivery of instruction for diverse college students.

Funding for this site was provided by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Postsecondary Education (PR/Awards # PR333A990036 and # P333A020036). As of June 23, 2006 no further updates have occurred to this site.

Information about the current UDI Online demonstration project at the University of Connecticut (# P333A080053, 10/1/08-9/30/11) can be found at www.udi.uconn.edu.

 

*Note: Site best viewed at resolutions 800 x 600 and higher. Last Updated June 23, 2006

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