Universal Design for Learning Book List

Universal Design for Learning, or UDL, is an approach to education that seeks to make learning accessible to all students, regardless of their individual strengths, needs, and preferences. By removing barriers to learning and providing multiple ways for students to engage with information, UDL helps to ensure that every student has the opportunity to succeed. If you’re interested in learning more about UDL and how to implement it in your classroom or school, here is a list of books that can help. From practical guides to inspiring stories of success, these books offer valuable insights into the world of UDL and how it can transform education for the better.

Anti-racism and UDL – Fritzgerald

Equity by Design: Delivering on the Power and Promise of UDL – Chardin & Novak

UDL Now – Novak

UDL Now Bookclub Guide

Universally Designed Leadership – Novak

The New Assistive Tech: Making Learning Awesome for All – Bugaj

Inclusive Learning 365: Ed Tech Tips for Every day of the Year – Bugaj, Janowski, Marotta & Poss

Universal Design Daily– Kluth

30 Day to the Co-Taught Classroom – Kluth & Causton

Dive into UDL – Perez

Elevating Co-Teaching Through UDL – Stein

Innovate Inside the Box – Novak & Couros

Make Learning Personal – Bray & McClaskey