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About the UDL Innovation Studio

COVID-19 INFORMATION:  The Schwab Learning Center has curated Universal Design for Learning (UDL) strategies for Stanford Faculty to consider when redesigning their Spring and Summer Quarter curriculum for an on-line learning environment. Our aim is to provide information that fosters expert learners and optimizes the transfer of knowledge. Please click below to view the documents.
Designing for Accessibility: How to Front-Load Your Digital Content with UDL Principles


Assessments by Design: Rethinking Assessment for Learner Variability


The Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Innovation Studio at the Schwab Learning Center, Stanford University, is a first in the nation design lab dedicated to creating equity in the higher education classroom. The UDL Innovation Studio invites faculty and staff to work with UDL experts to design an aspect or aspects of their curriculum using UDL guidelines to foster expert learners and make teaching more fun! 
This Studio at Stanford is a first-in-the-nation, replicable model for UDL development for postsecondary institutions, aligned with the National Center on Universal Design for Learning (UDL) at CAST. Stanford students, faculty, and staff are the primary beneficiaries of the Studio’s work.



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UDL Guidelines

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CAST (2018). Universal Design for Learning Guidelines version 2.2. Retrieved from