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|Integrating UD into University Curriculum||video||This pre-conference programme introduced attendees to a series of courses that have been run by the speakers over recent years and in each case highlight the way Universal Design and AT have been introduced to their intended audiences, the way the authors gained 'by-in' with their institutions.||Howard Kramer, University of Colorado Boulder|
|Teaching Accessibility & Universal Design Concepts Through the Use of Public Policy Projects||video||This presentation focuses on the use of class-wide public policy projects, in which students learn about both the technical and policy details of web accessibility, evaluate web sites that are required to be compliant under the law, and then write up the results.||Jonathan Lazar, Universal Usability Laboratory, Towson University|
|How (Not) to Teach Web Design and Development||video||This session explored strategies for integrating accessibility into trainings and courses, including one example of a web design course that emphasizes standards and accessibility.||Terrill Thompson, University of Washington|
|Teaching Universal Design - the Dundee Approach||video||The University of Dundee's School of Computing has for a long time championed the integration of universal design into its teaching and research. This talk tells the story of how the speaker came to focus on Universal Design.||David Sloan, The Paciello Group|
|Research Based Impacts of Universal Design Strategies in Postsecondary Educational Instruction||video||The presentation provides research findings on the use of 3 universally designed instructional strategies as implemented in postsecondary classrooms.||Kelly Roberts, Center on Disability Studies, University of Hawaii|
|Panel: Teaching Universal Design – Benefits, Challenges, Resources, Surprises||video||This panel discusses the challenges, benefits and experiences introducing and teaching Universal Design into curriculum and into the higher education environment.||Howard Kramer, University of Colorado Boulder|