In this section, the many connections and interactions between AIM and UDL are illustrated and explained. A variety of interdisciplinary resources combining AIM and UDL are provided, including introductory portals to TES (the Teaching Every Student in the Digital Age web site), UDL Tools (such as CAST’s UDL Editions, Book Builder, and Strategy Tutor), etc.
Connections between AIM and UDL
The TES web site is an interactive learning environment that explains and exemplifies Universal Design for Learning and its classroom applications. TES offers model lessons, interactive activities, tutorials, curriculum resources, and other tools. It also includes a full-text digital edition of the book, Teaching Every Student in the Digital Age: Universal Design for Learning, by David H. Rose and Anne Meyer (ASCD, 2002).
Online UDL tools including online learning modules and lesson and curriculum resources for teachers, reading and literacy tools for students, etc.
CAST's Learning Tools
CAST lists eight online tools at their learning tools page, as well as two software products. All eight web-based tools are provided free of charge and include products designed for use by both students and teachers.