Call for Articles
DO-IT is pleased to announce the development of a new online resource: a place to cumulate emerging examples of universal design applied in postsecondary education, as complement to the book, Universal Design in Higher Education: From Principles to Practice, published by Harvard Education Press (www.hepg.org/hep/Book/83).
Articles should include specific ways practitioners and researchers have applied universal design in postsecondary settings along with evidence of success. Areas of interest include:
- UD applied to online learning
- UD applied to on-site classes
- UD as a topic of instruction
- UD and faculty training
- UD applied to student services
- UD and information technology
- institutionalization of UD efforts
Articles will be peer-reviewed by members of the Universal Design in Higher Education Community of Practice (firstname.lastname@example.org), and if accepted, edited by DO-IT Founder and Director Sheryl Burgstahler. Articles selected for the online resource will be available free on our website. Authors will agree to these conditions while retaining copyrights to their individual contributions.
Articles may be submitted at any time to email@example.com. For author guidelines, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.