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...ders like concentration problems related to mood disorders or restlessness associated with ADHD seemed like they fell into the domains of people like school social workers, psychologists, and possibly occasionally other related services providers (The IRIS Center, 2011). I also noticed a strong correlation between his research projects and UDL/universal design. The ways that he is attempting to make informmtaion more accessible to everyone by putting it out on Wikipedia and translating it makes it so not only professionals can access it, but anyone. Also, by doing this the information is made more accessible to the professionals who could have accessed it before, but now may find things with relative ease, all of which complies with the premises of UDL that seek to make knowledge more accessible for everyone (National Center for Universal Design for Learning, 2012).
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