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The purpose of this paper is to explore the development of universal design and to consider its application to large scale assessments. Building on universal design principles presented by the Center for Universal Design, seven elements of universally designed assessments are identified and described in this paper. The seven elements are:
1. Inclusive assessment population
2. Precisely defined constructs
3. Accessible, nonbiased items
4. Amendable to accommodations
5. Simple, clear, and intuitive instructions and procedures
6. Maximum readability and comprehensibility
7. Maximum legibility
Each of the elements is explored in this paper.
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