Eric Moore, a 30-something man with light beard looks 3/4 toward the camera, sitting on bench in wooded area.

Dr. Eric J. Moore is an experienced educator with 15 years of experience as a teacher, faculty member, and instructional designer both in the U.S. and abroad. Beginning in 2010, he has become focused on Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and accessibility, especially in the context of higher education.

He is known for his book, UDL Navigators in Higher Education: A Field Guide, his former massive open online course (MOOC) - now private access, Implementing UDL on Canvas, his contributions to the UDL implementation efforts of numerous institutes of higher education and for being a co-founder and facilitator of the UDLHE Network, for which he also chaired the inaugural UDLHE Digicon in October, 2019 and again in 2021. Here's his CV.

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Featured in "Inside Higher Ed" Article

Clemson University

"TED Talk-worthy and highly engaging and informative!"

~ Taimi Olsen

"Your presentation was informative and very well done. I have heard several positive remarks about it."

~Priscilla Harrison
(The Why, What, & How of UDL)

University of Wyoming

"Thanks so much, and thanks again, exponentially, for coming out and working with out team. It was a great visit, and I think you really helped us build interest on a broader level."

~Michelle Jarman
(Workshop and Round Table to Jumpstart UDL)


"Wow, your work is EXCELLENT. Your illustrations bring the text to life! I'm so pleased you're doing this work for the mini-course. It will go a long way to making the resource invaluable."

University of Tennessee: College of Management

"Thank you very much for your informative and engaging presentation on UDL last Friday.  Multiple faculty members have told me how much they valued your presentation."

~Lindsay Mahony
(Intro to UDL Practice Workshop)

Tennessee Tech

"I am very, very, very picky (or should I say I have high standards) about workshop design and you exceeded those expectations.   It was well designed, well presented, and, quite simply, powerful."

~Laura Cruz
(UDL Assessments Workshop)