Accessible Learning Across the Lifespan: Designing for Accessibility From the Beginning

This video, provided by the Described and Captioned Media Program, is the third in a four-part series titled Accessible Learning Across the Lifespan. The series is dedicated to guiding instructional, website, and program designers in proactively creating accessible learning and work environments for individuals with disabilities. During the video, the presenters provide an introduction to the Universal Design for Learning framework (UDL), which offers guidance for proactively designing for accessibility, recognizing that different individuals require different ways of accessing and understanding material. The video incorporates perspectives from UDL experts and individuals who use accessibility features, providing concrete design considerations that can be implemented in designing inclusive programs.

This video runs 10:23 minutes in length. The other videos in this series are available to view separately.


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Date Of Record Release
February 2nd at 11:36am (W3C-DTF)
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