The following lists are a mix of checkpoints from the UDL guidelines and strategies that you can implement in your courses. UDL does not need to be a large-scale undertaking - you don't need to completely dismantle your course and start from scratch.
In Thomas Tobin and Kirsten Behling’s book Reach Everyone, Teach Everyone: Universal Design for Learning in Higher Education, the authors suggest identifying a place in your course where students tend to struggle and use that as a starting point for applying UDL. Ask yourself:
After you’ve identified these stumbling points, try to find just one more way that you can deliver the information or one more way students can demonstrate their skills.
In addition to traditional assessments or review methods: