Promoting the Integration of Universal Design into University Curricula (UDUC)

About UDUC


Promoting the Integration of Universal Design into University Curriculum (UDUC) conducts a number of activities to promote the teaching of accessibility and UD topics in university curricula nationally. This includes organizing trainings and workshops at national and regional conferences, recording these sessions for later viewing, facilitating the sharing of curriculum resources through the development of a curriculum resource database (coming soon), and conducting research on the student benefits of teaching about accessibility and inclusive design in college level courses. You can read more about these activity areas on the initiatives page.


UDUC is funded by a National Endowment for the Arts’ (NEA) grant (#1742007019) with support from AHEAD, the Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities, Microsoft, AccessibilityOz, 3Play Media, Interactive Accessibility, Disability Services at UCB and the University of Colorado Boulder (UCB).


Howard Kramer

Howard Kramer (PI)

Lecturer, Continuing Education
If you have questions about the project, contact Howard Kramer at 303-492-8672 or by email.