Welcome to the Project PACE Universal Design Website
Thank you for agreeing to participate in this process with UALR Disability Support Services' Project PACE. This website provides you with a starting point for applying the principles of universal design to your course or your academic program. You may begin by going through each section of this website and completing the suggested activities. As you do so, please document any changes that you make on the Change Documentation Form (MS Word).
During our sessions, we will go over these course elements together and discuss ideas that you have for implementing the principles in your course or program. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or (501) 569-3162.
Listserv: I have created a listserv that includes all of the faculty participants and the Project PACE staff. If you would like to send a message to the list, simply send it to: email@example.com.
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Project PACE is a program of Disability Support Services at the University of
Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR). The primary objective of this project is to improve
the quality of education for students with disabilities through the development
and provision of resources, technical assistance and professional development
opportunities to faculty, staff and administrators in postsecondary settings.
Project PACE was initially funded in 1999 through a grant from the U.S.
Department of Education, Office of Postsecondary Education (Award #P333A990056).
The focus of that proposal was the development of a Faculty Resource Council, the
development and implementation of faculty development opportunities, and the
production of faculty development resources. In 2002, UALR received a second
grant that will allow Project PACE to continue to work toward these objectives
(Award #P333A020010). The emphasis of this second proposal differs in that it focuses
more specifically on developing the concept of Universal Design as it relates to teaching
the higher education setting. The two objectives of this proposal that
relate most closely to your participation are:
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