Deck of Spaces™: Higher Education Edition
Gould Evans & the UDL Implementation & Research NetworkDate
About the Cards
CAST is pleased to announce the publication of the Deck of Spaces™: Higher Education Edition, a unique resource that considers how the design of postsecondary learning spaces contributes to teaching and learning. The cards provide a crosswalk of the research-based Universal Design for Learning principles of pedagogy with best practices in the accessible design of built environments.
Authored jointly by the award-winning architecture firm Gould Evans (now known as Multistudio) and education researchers of the Universal Design for Learning Implementation & Research Network (UDL-IRN), the Deck of Spaces™ will prove an invaluable resource to anyone concerned with improving teaching and learning in institutions of higher education.
The Deck of Spaces™: Higher Education Edition is available now from CAST ($44.99, 75-card deck with instruction booklet)!
About the Authors
Multistudio (an evolution of Gould Evans) is a national design and planning firm whose principals and associates are united around a common vision: to create places that transform their surroundings, engage their communities, sustain their environment, and support their clients’ missions. They are innovators in the design of education spaces to support UDL and accessible learning for all. Learn more at Multi.studio.
The Universal Design for Learning Implementation and Research Network (UDL-IRN) was formed in 2010 to support the scaled implementation of and research related to Universal Design for Learning. Through collaboration, the UDL-IRN supports and promotes the identification and development of models, tools, research, and practices designed to foster effective UDL implementation in educational environments. Learn more at udl-irn.org.
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