The INCLUDE Blog is posted throughout the year.  Different INCLUDE leaders and educational professionals from around the world share their experiences with inclusive education and UDL, offering their unique ideas and perspectives. For more information, contact Betsy Dalton, at elizabethmdalton@gmail.com


Lessons for UDL from the genesis of Universal Design: Echoes
from the past, portents for the future

By Dr. Seán Bracken, Head of Department for Education and Inclusion, School of Education at the University of Worcester.


Overhauling the ENTR Program Using UDL

By: Katherine Carpenter, Dr. Brad Anderson, Dr. Seanna Takacs

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Mission Accomplice: Practicing Antiracism with UDL as White Allies for Systemic Change

By Tracy Galvin, Queens College, Belfast, Northern Ireland; Dr. Eric Moore and Dr. Hillary Goldthwait-Fowles, Kennedy Krieger Institute, Baltimore, USA


Raising Awareness of Assistive Technology: A New Tool By AHEAD

By Trevor Boland, eLearning and Digital Officer, AHEAD (Association for Higher Education, Access and Disability)

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Delivering A Graduate Course in Universal Design for Learning: Reflecting on Eighteen Years of Experiences

By Dr. Frances Smith, Adjunct Professor, George Washington University and UDL Leadership Fellow, Boston College/CAST


UDL & Blended Learning @ UCT/South Africa

By Judith McKenzie, Associate Professor, Disability Studies Division, University of Cape Town and Director of IDEA (Including Disability in Education in Africa)


UDL in Swedish Higher Education

By Linda Plantin Ewe and Pia Haggblom, Kristianstad University, Sweden


Rear-view mirror from a UK perspective

By Virna Rossi, Ravensbourne University London, United Kingdom


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UDL in India and UAE. From ACCESS to BUILD to INTERNALIZE: A Model for International UDL Implementation through Online Professional Development.

By, Dr. Susie Gronseth, University of Houston and Dr. Elizabeth Dalton, Dalton Education Services International (DESI)