English as an additional language: Universal instructional design

Universal Instructional Design (UID) (University of Guelph): The aim of UID is to make the learning experience accessible to all students. This website offers practical tools, including a quick-start checklist, an implementation guide, manuals on new course design for face-to-face classes and distance education classes, and tip sheets for applying UID in common academic situations (e.g., lectures, tutorials).

This page was last modified on June 26, 2019 | The content is maintained by David Rubeli. Send page-related comments to tlcentre@sfu.ca