Journal Articles Introduction
One of the UDI Online Project activities is the dissemination of information about the construct of UDI, project outcomes, and the development of the e-Toolbox. The UDI Online Project team has written manuscripts on project outcomes and the strategic use of e-Tools. Additionally, the project has been featured in journals. Following is a list of manuscripts on the UDI Online project findings and e-Toolbox.
- Banerjee, M., J.W. Maddaus, K. McKeown, and N. Gelbar (draft). Principles of universal design for instruction: Perspectives for application in online and blended learning. Storrs, CT: Center on Postsecondary Education and Disability, University of Connecticut.
- Madaus, J. W., K. McKeown, N. Gelbar, and M. Banerjee. (submitted 2012). Teaching online and blended courses: Perspectives of faculty. Storrs, CT: Center on Postsecondary Education and Disability, University of Connecticut.
- Madaus, J. W., K. McKeown, N. Gelbar, and M. Banerjee. (In Press). The online and blended learning experience: Differences for students with and without learning disabilities and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. International Journal of Research in Learning Disabilities.
- Madaus, J.W., Banerjee, M., McKeown, K., & Gelbar, N. (2011). Online and blended learning: The opportunities and the challenges for students with learning disabilities and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 17, (2), 69.
- McKeown, K., M. Banerjee, J.W. Madaus, and N. Gelbar (2012). Developing an e-toolbox to facilitate universal design for instruction into online and blended learning. EDUCAUSE Review. Accessed June 6, 2012 at http://www.educause.edu/ero/article/developing-e-toolbox-facilitate-univ...
- Universal design project provides faculty with e-tools to increase accessibility. (2011). Disability Compliance for Higher Education, 16(10), 1, 4-5.