WebAIM is a core resource that provides detailed information on accessible content creation.
Penn State University’s AccessAbility website offers extensive information on making content of all kinds—visual, audio, and text—accessible for all students.
3Play Media offers straightforward guidance for making essential course content—basic documents, electronic presentations, and images—fully accessible for students.
Offered by San Francisco State University, this training module provides a self-paced online tutorial that covers topics ranging from a basic introduction to UDL principles to strategies for implementing UDL in your classes.
Equity and Excellence in Higher Education's tutorials cover curriculum accessibility, including audio, captioning, concept maps, Excel, learning styles, PDF documents, podcasts, PowerPoint, rubrics, Skype and video integration.
Review Blackboard’s accessibility feature information for an overview of how to design accessible course content specifically for use in the Blackboard interface.
The National Center on Universal Design for Learning can help you learn the basics of UDL, connect with other educators and implement changes in your course materials.
UDL-Universe offers resources, case studies and teaching tools for improving education for all students. It can help you figure out small UDL issues or problems, as well as larger faculty development efforts, such as Faculty Learning Communities.