Universal design for learning (UDL) is recognized as a best-practice framework in designing instruction for all students. Incorporating technology options in UDL enhances the flexibility of learning experiences. School districts are increasingly adopting 1:1 technology programs. However, little research exists on the efficacy of these programs across stakeholders and student groups. This resource examines current practices in 1:1 technology programs, UDL, and accessibility technologies in K-12 education and examines the implications for the implementation of UDL practices in K-12 and teacher education.