Integration of Universal Design into University Curricula (UDUC)

August 2019  - The UDUC is requesting current and past students in departments or colleges that have a focus on Computer Science, Digital Media, Environmental Design, or other technical or design-related programs to complete a survey on the potential benefits of teaching accessibility and Universal Design in college courses. If you are a student or past-student who has taken a technology or design course, please consider taking the survey.
Responses from the survey will not be shared with your school or with any other institution. If you are a professor, please consider sharing the survey with your colleagues and students. The higher education and student invites can be accessed here:

The UDUC also has an employer version of this survey entitled "Measuring the Value of Accessibility and Universal Design Topics in Course Curricula.” This is designed for employers and companies to distribute to their employees and colleagues. The invite can be accessed online at

If you have any questions feel free to contact Howard Kramer, PI, UDUC or 303-492-8672.

Date of Publication: 
Friday, September 6, 2019


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