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About UDI Online Introduction

UDI Online is a demonstration project funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Postsecondary Education (PR/Awards #P33A080053, 10/01/08 – 09/30/11). The UDI Online project focuses on the concept of "faculty as designer" and targets electronic teaching “e-tools” that faculty can implement in their courses without requiring the support of an instructional or web design team. These e-tools can then allow the faculty member to present course material through various methods that address the different learning styles of students, including students with cognitive disabilities. The UDI e-Toolbox contains a range of e-tools and instructional modules that faculty can use in the planning, delivery, and assessment of student learning in online and technology blended courses.

Following are several documents further explaining the UDI Online project including the project team.

Click on the topics listed above to access additional information about the UDI Online Project.