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This website provides services, tools, instructional media, and other resources dedicated to the development of accessible web content for persons with disabilities. Examples of some services available to users include: Accessible Website Certification; Training; Consulting; Evaluation Services including WAVE, a tool that instantly checks any...
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Amara is a browser-accessible subtitle and captioning platform that enables users to crowdsource translations to help create subtitles. It is important to note that Amara offers different membership options, including those that require payment. Amara Public is free to all users, plus all of the subtitles published on the platform are open access...
This Job Accommodation Network webpage includes a series of publications about accommodation and disabilities. This series "... is designed to help employers determine effective accommodations and comply with Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)." These publications could also be helpful to employees, rehabilitation professionals,...
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, provided by DeafTec, is a list of survival signs for educators who may have a student who uses American Sign Language. Each video recording depicts a person signing an essential classroom phrases in ASL. Phrases include "my office hours are...", "questions on the homework?" and "test time left."
This resource, from the DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) website, is a list of products for making science activities more accessible to all students. Products include measuring devices, talking equipment, stirring and filling devices, non-slip mats, tactile image creation, magnifying devices, and more.
This resource, available on GitHub, is an open-source comprehensive checklist of inclusive web design that can be used to ensure that a website is accessible, performs well, supports a range of devices, is interoperable with other tools, and uses clear language. The code for this tool is available for download in MD and JSON formats.
This resource, from the Job Accommodation Network (JAN), is a database of information regarding disabilities and accommodations. "This information is designed to help employers and individuals determine effective accommodations and comply with Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). [Users] will find ADA information, accommodation...
This article, from the DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) website, discusses computer accommodations for people with mobility impairments. The article discusses the importance of assistive technologies and then provides a descriptive list of computing tools "... that have been effectively used by individuals with...
This webpage, from the DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) website, includes links to accommodation strategies by academic activity and disability. "With this basic knowledge, instructors will be better prepared to ask students to clarify their needs and to discuss accommodation requests." Academic activities...