Universal Design in Education - A Blog for July 3-7

Welcome to the course Blog for the summer institute on Universal Design for Learning. It is designed to provide a forum where resources and media that are relevant to the daily sessions of the institute can be posted by both faculty and participants.

1.7.06

Introducing the Institute Blog

Welcome to the Harvard Institute on Universal Design for Learning.

This Blog will be a central place where we can post notes and media for the institute. On each day, we will post websites, resources, and media that are relevant for the main topic sessions of the day.

The added value of a Blog is that you may also post comments or resources to share with the rest of us. We hope you will take advantage of this feature, making the course Blog become more valuable as more and more people contribute to it.

8 Comments:

At 4:32 PM, Blogger DavidRose said...

Congratulations. We have gotten through 1/5 of the institute. It was great to finally get started, and there are prizes!!!!!!


David

 
At 4:33 PM, Blogger DavidRose said...

hi

 
At 8:30 PM, Blogger Doug Christensen said...

Thanks for a great first day. I am looking forward to the rest of the week.

 
At 10:19 PM, Blogger Grace Meo said...

We have often watched the fire works from the BU Bridge on the Memorial Drive side of the Charles. It's a great view and only a short walk to MIT for the bathrooms.

 
At 3:43 AM, Blogger UDLGroup1 said...

Today was just great! I appreciate the presentations. The hertz tool was truly an example of what we have to do for children.

 
At 10:16 AM, Blogger Lynn V. Marentette said...

David, this is a very good site. I wish I could have enrolled in the summer institute. I'm linking the Institute Blog on UDL from my blogs:

TechPsych
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At 7:15 AM, Blogger sandra said...

Some call them barrier free plans, universal design plans, lifestyle homes, wheelchair plans, aging in place home plans, or accessible home plans. Whatever you call it, they all fall under the same specifications set forth by the Center for Universal Design (CUD) at North Carolina State University. For questions or comments, contact us at
http://www.barrierfreedesigns.com

 
At 7:19 AM, Blogger sandra said...

Some call them barrier free plans, universal design plans, lifestyle homes, wheelchair plans, aging in place home plans, or accessible home plans. Whatever you call it, they all fall under the same specifications set forth by the Center for Universal Design (CUD) at North Carolina State University. For questions or comments, contact us at
http://www.barrierfreedesigns.com

 

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