Universal design for learning is an overarching strategy to prevent exclusion in digital education.

However, interdisciplinary teams and/or research groups must develop the necessary infrastructures and innovative technologies for inclusive digital learning. These groups should comprise educators, information technology experts and learners, including those vulnerable to exclusion.

Policy-making and practice must seriously consider the ethical implications of using artificial intelligence and other new technologies in education, particularly in inclusive settings. Policy must ensure ethical use of new technologies and protect all learners from the digital divide.

More information on Inclusive Digital Education is available in the Inclusive Digital Education report and the associated Policy Brief.

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