Universal Instructional Design of Online Courses: Strategies to support non-traditional learners in postsecondary environments

In an effort to address the educational and professional needs of non-traditional students greographically dispersed throughout the Hawaiian Islands, instructors at the College of Education of the University of Hawaii developed online courses based on the principles of Universal Instructional Design (UID). Universal Instructional Design of Online Courses discusses four UDL strategies to support non-traditional learners enrolled in post-secondary online courses. 

Link: http://www.washington.edu/doit/universal-instructional-design-online-courses-strategies-support-non-traditional-learners

Citation:

Rao, K. (2013). Universal instructional design of online courses: Strategies to support non-traditional learners in postsecondary environments. Universal design in higher education: Promising practices. Seattle: DO-IT, University of Washington. Retrieved from www. uw. edu/doit/UDHEpromising-practices/uid_online. html.