Check out DO-IT’s new Universal Design in Higher Education (UDHE): Promising Practices publication at
in which practitioners share promising practices related to the application of universal design in postsecondary education settings. This collection of promising practices complements the more general content presented in the printed book Universal Design in Higher Education: From Principles to Practice (www.hepg.org/hep/Book/83) published by Harvard Education Press.
There are three versions of the new “book” freely available online.
Select “Universal Design in Higher Education: Promising Practices online version” to access the HTML, fully accessible version.
Select “Universal Design in Higher Education: Promising Practices PDFs” to access copies of individual sections of the publication or one large file that are formatted for printing.
Throughout the publication readers are explicitly given permission to print and distribute individual articles and other sections of the book for noncommercial educational purposes.
The collection in the online publication will continue to grow as more articles are submitted. BreakThru encourages others to contribute an articles. Guidelines for submitting an article are included in the Preface of all versions of the publication.
This books efforts can contribute to broadening participation in education and careers through inclusive practices and enhancing academic and career fields with the talents and perspectives of individuals with disabilities.