Want to Contribute to a Book on UDL?

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This is an invitation to consider submitting a proposal to write a chapter in the upcoming book from Routledge, of the Taylor and Francis Group (UK), entitled Universal Access Through Inclusive Instructional Design: International Perspectives on UDL. Detailed information about the book, the Call for Chapter Proposals, the proposal process and submission tab, expectations for full chapters (if proposal is accepted), and much more is available on the book website.

All proposals should be submitted through this website by June 30, 2018.

They anticipate the book to be released in 2019. It will give voice to the variety of international perspectives on issues and approaches that reduce barriers to learning, ensure quality instruction, and expand opportunities for all learners.

Co-editors: Dr. Susie Gronseth, University of Houston, USA and Dr. Elizabeth Dalton, University of Rhode Island/Dalton Education Services International, USA. They look forward to receiving your proposal.

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