Posted by: Gregory Linton | 12/06/2018

Higher Ed Resource of the Week: Reach Everyone, Teach Everyone: Universal Design for Learning in Higher Education

Reach EveryoneThis week, I want to highlight the book Reach Everyone, Teach Everyone: University Design for Learning in Higher Education, which was released by West Virginia University Press in October. The co-authors are Thomas J. Tobin, Coordinator of Learning Technologies in the Center for Teaching and Learning at Northeastern Illinois University, and Kirsten T. Behling, Director of Student Accessibility Services at Tufts University. UDL is normally associated with designing classes to be accessible to students with disabilities, but Tobin and Behling argue in this book that UDL can benefit all students in various ways. This book would provide valuable information, guidance, and tips for anyone designing a class, either online or face to face. The 312-page book is available for $23.50 on Amazon or $22.32 in Kindle format.

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