Created by the Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST), a nonprofit outfit that looks to technology to expand educational opportunities for all individuals, especially those with disabilities, the “Digital Content Toolkit” provides teachers with a resource for working digital content into the classroom. Users can learn how to find digital text, images, sound, and video appropriate to their curricular needs, or create their own digital learning materials using downloadable content and commercially available software. The web site itself is based upon the Universal Design for Learning (UDL), a new approach to the development of curriculum and assessment that draws on current brain research and new media technologies to respond to differences among individual learners. According to CAST, UDL curricula, teaching practices, and policies are inherently flexible and therefore may reduce the demand on educators to develop and implement modifications and accommodations to meet individual differences within general education learning environments. The project is sponsored by the Verizon Foundation.