Universal Design for Language Learning (UDLL) provides a structure for utilizing the possibility of digital technologies such as graphic organizers. It is helpful to make the curriculum more supportive to diverse learners. Since most of the software products are useful only for normal adults, it is necessary to develop them for people of all ages and also for the physically challenged. The aim of the paper is to present concepts used in the design and implementation of language learning for children, older people and visually challenged in an interactive fashion on an experimental basis. A web based Graphical User Interface (GUI) for children of age below 8 years and for older people of age above 60 years is the main concern of this work on language learning. The software is implemented for two languages. One is for children for English language and the other one for older people for Telugu language learning. Both are implemented in HTML.
Universal Design, Graphical User Interface, Web Design, User Interface
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