Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an approach to provide instruction aimed at meeting the needs of all participants in a learning environment. UDL is based on three primary principles of providing multiple means of engagement, representation, and action/expression. These principles lay a foundation to redevelop curriculum and teaching strategies that address all learners’ needs. The role of accessible technology within UDL involves the implementation of digital tools that support the three main principles of UDL. However, the pace of change in accessible and assistive technologies has accelerated in recent years with an increased awareness of emerging technologies offering a model of disruptive innovation into education that could impact the delivery and implementation of UDL in educational settings. This chapter explores technologies that are anticipated to impact future UDL models and delivery, including artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality (AR), robotics, 3D printing, and location-based services. It also discusses connections between the technologies and UDL principles, suggesting needed changes to support more inclusive instructional design.