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Universal design for learning: 3 aces up our IT sleeves

By implementing UDL, higher-ed IT leaders can have a profound, quiet, positive (dare we say, sneaky?) impact on learner persistence

[Editor’s note: This article is reprinted with permission of the author and the publisher. “Universal Design for Learning: Three Aces Up Our IT Sleeves” was originally published in EDUCAUSE Review on February 4, 2019.]

A very short digression about cards

To become top-ranked poker players, aspiring superstars need to develop a core group of card-playing skills that go way beyond “know when to hold ’em, know when to fold
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