It is true that technology can effectively support learning in today’s classroom and can play an important role in the implementation of UDL.  However in order to support UDL and apply it effectively, technology is not a requirement if it is not available. . Instructors can still support student learning with no-tech or low-tech options as UDL classrooms focus on flexible learning methods to support learning not just technological ones. The following resources provide some low/no tech UDL classroom options:

  1. Example of a Technology-less lesson by Rose, Gravel, & Domings (2010)
  2. Technology-less options according to UDL principles by Prince George County Public Schools