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This tip sheet, provided by DeafTEC at the Rochester Institute of Technology, discusses workplace communication and safety for employees with physical disabilities. The guidelines offered cover topics such as engaging in respectful and accessible communication, and how to ensure the safety of people with physical disabilities through preparedness...
This webpage, from Portland Community College, provides information and resources on web accessible formatting.  Users can explore universal design best practices for headings, lists, meaningful links, alternative text, color, tables, captioning, and equations. Tutorials, guidelines, and templates for tools, such as Microsoft Office and Google...
This website, from Pennsylvania State University (PSU), provides information and resources on "how to ensure web pages and online documents can be made usable for users with different disabilities." Users can explore the following web accessibility areas: accommodations, blockers, courses, guidelines, websites, multimedia, testing/triage, software,...
This tip sheet, from Human Engineering Research Laboratories (HERL), provides educators guidance on how to support veterans in educational settings. Veterans can be use to a sense of camaraderie and purpose from serving in the military. After being discharged, service members may "experience a loss of that sense of belonging." This resource offers...
Read&Write, provided by Texthelp, is a text-to-speech software for Word and PDF documents. The software has built in highlighting, a dictionary, study guides, testing, and the ability to customize voice speed and pitch. There is also a Chrome extension for website use. 
This webpage from Colgate University provides resources on accessibility. These resources "are designed for self-guided professional development on issues around accessibility and universal design..." These resources are divided into a number of categories, including Universal Design, Accessible Design Concepts, Quick Guide to Making Accessible...
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...
This tip sheet, provided by DeafTEC at the Rochester Institute of Technology, provides guidelines for creating workplace accommodations for individuals with physical disabilities. In particular, the tips focus on making the workplace, workspace, and technology accessible. The tip sheet also offers links to additional resources on accommodations in...
This tip sheet, provided by DeafTEC at the Rochester Institute of Technology, provides "strategies for communicating with people who are blind or have low vision." Strategies for one-on-one conversations; group communications and meetings; and telephone or video conference meetings are highlighted. 
This webpage, from the Learn How to Become website, includes resources that are intended to help veterans transition from military to college life. The webpage includes a list of topics that are covered. Topics include transition from service to school, healthcare help, insurance, help with college expenses, mental health help, and more. Each...