This workshop provides an introduction to the concept of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and strategies for implementing a UDL approach in instructional settings. The basic premise of universal design for learning is that a curriculum should include alternatives to make it accessible and applicable to students, teachers, and parents with different backgrounds, learning styles, abilities, and disabilities in widely varied learning contexts. The workshop is designed to acquaint participants with the basic premise of UDL, to provide practical, hands on experience using software tools and digital media for learning support, and to support the development of strategies to strengthen the capacity of school districts to better meet the learning needs of all of their students. It is designed for school/district level administrators, including principals and superintendents.