Universal Design for Online Lesson Planning and Learning Resources
Opportunity, Equity, Access
Read these articles to learn how to use UDL with distance learning.
How to plan online lessons with Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
Online assignments: Best practices for teachers to use with students
Inclusive Instructional Design: Applying UDL to Online Learning
Website Accessibility for Every Learner
5 Quick Ways to Self-check the Accessibility of a Website
What Every Teacher Needs to Know About Website Accessibility
Is My Website ADA Compliant? How to Check (and Update) Your Site
WAVE Web Accessibility Evaluation Tool
Let’s you quickly evaluate your website for accessibility
Google Lighthouse – for web developers
How to Use
What is Google Lighthouse and How TO
Canvas Accessible Courseware for Every Learner
Seven Steps for Making Your Canvas Course More Accessible
Creating Accessible Content in Canvas - video
Creating Accessible Courses with Design Tools for Canvas – video
7 Simple Steps to Making Content Accessible in Canvas – video
Creating Accessible PDF Files for Every Learner
What Is An Accessible PDF? Layman's Explanation, Example
CommonLook PDF Validator – Free Adobe Acrobat Pro Plugin
Making Accessible Smore Newsletters
Need help accessing your District Smore account? Contact ASD student services
Tips for Smore ADA and Interactive Accessibility
Instructional materials for students that experience visual impairment, blindness, hardness of hearing or deafness SOESD - Special Education | Low-Incidence Regional Program
SOESD provides a host of assistive technology and instructional materials solutions for students on 504 plans or IEPs who need them. SOESD can assist in generating large print and braille for your teacher made materials, and also has solutions for students that experience other types of disability requiring modified materials
Start by contacting ASD student services if you have a student that has special instructional materials needs including braille, large print and more.
Do you have a student with Assistive or Adaptive Technology needs?
Contact ASD student services for how to evaluate and address AT needs.