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Universal Design for Learning and Library Instruction Charts

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posted on 26.04.2021, 21:15 by Samantha Huntington Peter, Kristina Clement
These are graphics designed to outline the three principles of Universal Design for Learning: multiple means of representation, multiple means of action and express, and multiple means of engagement and focus specifically on examples that fit within library instruction. These were originally designed for a LOEX 2019 presentation titled "Fighting the hidden barriers: Applying Universal Design for Learning to library instruction for people with invisible disabilities," but have been adapted and used elsewhere.

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