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UDL in the Making – Ensuring the Right to Higher Education for All

The United Nations right to higher education as well as domestic legislations on non-discrimination, as formulated in many countries around the world, pose requirements on academic scholarship and on accessibility to university education programs and course design. This session is concerned with how UDL theoretically and practically can offer a framework for implementing these legal demands and with how this in turn revises the notion of academic scholarship. In short, this is a session where the human right to higher education (and the idea on human dignity, personal autonomy and equality) meets UDL, and legal science meets teaching and learning in higher education, though a practical example and joint explorations into the subject area.

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  1. Anonymous
    Anonymous March 30, 2022

    This was fantastic. Thank you. I will go read you manuscript now.

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