UDL SCORM Files Registration
Thank you for your interest in downloading the SCORM files for our introductory course to Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in Tertiary Education.
Downloading SCORM files allows an organisation to provide training programs directly through its own Learning Management System. As SCORM files must be embedded within an LMS, your organisation’s HR or Learning Team are best placed to download and administer them.
Read our SCORM File Frequently Asked Questions to learn more.
The Universal Design for Learning in Tertiary Education program is designed for education staff working in Higher Education and the Vocational Education and Training sector. The program focuses on the principles and practices of Universal Design for Learning in tertiary settings and aims to increase the understanding of tertiary education staff in understanding, designing, developing, and implementing UDL into their teaching practice.
We have made these available free to the tertiary education sector.
The training includes an evaluation survey for participants who complete the training. This survey link is contained within the training and requires no action on your end.
We are seeking some basic additional data from organisations like yours who implement this training using the SCORM files. This is voluntary, and opt-in, however we would really appreciate your support in gathering data that contributes to the continuous improvement of the training product.
The data we will ask for is the total number of your staff who have completed the training, collected at six-month intervals.
We do not publish data in a way that identifies you or your organisation. The analysis may be disaggregated by sector for example Higher Education, VET, Dual Sector.
Once you have successfully registered you will be sent an email with a link to download the files. This email may take awhile to arrive depending on your email servers and may be located in your spam folder. If you do not receive this email or have any questions, please email us.
UDL Community of Practice
ADCET and the NDCO Program will be facilitating a UDL Community of Practice (CoP) for tertiary practitioners to share tips and best practices, ask questions of their colleagues and provide support for each other as they implement UDL strategies, design and practice. If you would like to be involved please nominate your interest.
ADCET and the NDCO Program publish a regular UDL newsletter to showcase good UDL practice in Australia and Internationally. Subscribe to receive the newsletter.