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Access/Accommodations

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Inclusive workspaces (18)
Resource allocation (1)
Responsive web design (1)
Universal design (23)
Web accessibility (38)

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This website, from the National Deaf Center, includes resources that are intended to help deaf people succeed in college and careers. Resources include "guides, templates, overviews, publications, videos, and more. [These] resources are developed by experts, covering a variety of topics to support evidence-based practices in postsecondary outcomes...
This 4-page resource, from the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes, provides information on the importance of test accommodations for deaf students. "This summary explains why deaf individuals have the right to accommodations when taking tests and several options that may reduce access barriers." This resource also explains why...
This website, from the National Deaf Center on Post Secondary Outcomes, includes a 51-page PDF guide intended for early career professionals "on understanding legal requirements to help provide equal opportunity and access for deaf individuals in postsecondary institutions." The guide includes references to federal agency guidelines, outcome...
Teaching Deaf Students Online, a new self-paced professional development course, can help you adapt your online courses to ensure that they are accessible and inclusive. It is now available in the free online learning library of the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes (NDC). In just two hours, gain a basic understanding of accessible...
This guide is focused on creating accessible videos and is provided by Rooted In Rights, a video production organization run through Disability Rights Washington. The guide outlines how to create accessible videos, and provides resources, examples, and instructions on captions, audio description, transcripts, video players, and accessible...
YouDescribe is a service developed by the Smith-Kettlewell Video Description and Development Center that allows users to add audio description to YouTube videos. Users can browse through recently added descriptions or search for a video by YouTube URL. If a video has not been described yet, users can add it to a Wish List or add a description. 
On this page, from the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials at CAST, instructors will find a concise definition of accessibility that can be referenced in syllabi and other documents to ensure a common language is used to avoid confusion. Related terms such as assistive and accessible technology are also defined. This webpage also...