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Screenshot for Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) Video
This two-part video, made available by the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes, is presented in American Sign Language by Howard Rosenblum, a disabilities rights lawyer. The videos describe the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) and how it applies to postsecondary education. The first video runs 32:56 minutes in length and describes...
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This webpage, from the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes, provides a 20-page report that includes an overview of undergraduate enrollment of deaf students in the United States. This report is intended to be a resource for community members, advocates, educators, researchers, and policy makers. Data used in this report is from the 2016...
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This webpage, from the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes, includes a 2-page tip sheet that provides information about sign language interpreters in the classroom. This resource includes a brief overview and discusses the following questions: what is the role of the interpreter in the classroom, what should I do if my student is...
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This 2-page infographic provides reasons to teach accessibility to technology designers, engineers, and writers. This resource also defines accessibility, provides statistics related to the importance of accessibility, and tips for teaching accessibility.
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This DeafTEC webpage includes videos intended to provide examples of "bad" lectures for hard of hearing and deaf students. "Viewing these lectures will help you experience what a deaf or hard-of-hearing student experiences in a “bad” lecture." The videos include a network lab and an art lecture. Two additional videos are included that "add[] ...
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This webpage provides resources for developing a syllabus that follows the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles. UDL is "an educational framework that guides the design of learning goals, materials, methods, and assessments as well as the policies surrounding these curricular elements with the diversity of learners in mind." A syllabus...
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This learning module was developed by Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) at Cast, Inc., and was designed to help instructors develop skills in creating documents that are accessible for persons with various disabilities. Topics covered include: adding alternative text to images and other media, making documents easy to navigate, checking for...
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This website, made available by the National Science Teaching Association (NSTA), provides "strategies and resources for making science accessible for all students, including those with disabilities." The resources on this page are organized into the following topics: Physical Disabilities, Cognitive Disabilities, and General. Each category is...
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This website, made available by UDL for Teachers, provides information for teachers on applying universal design in their classrooms in order to make their teaching more accessible. The website feature three introductory videos with the following titles: An Introduction to Universal Design, Case Studies in Universal Design, Case Studies in...
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This DeafTEC webpage provides best teaching strategies, based on Universal Design for instructors teaching in a mainstreamed classroom with a mix of hearing, deaf, and hard-of-hearing students. The goal of these strategies is to improve teaching practice that will provide greater access to learning for deaf and hard-of-hearing students but will...