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This webinar, made available by Internet Scout Research Group, discusses strategies for making media more accessible for persons with various disabilities. Presenters include Rachael Bower, Director of Internet Scout Research Group, Madeleine Rothberg, Senior Subject Matter Expert from National Center for Accessible Media (NCAM) at WGBH, and Bryan...
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...
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."
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. 
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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...
Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation home page
This website provides information about the Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation (CIDI) at Georgia Tech’s College of Design. CIDI provides a variety of paid services that are focused on the end-user, including on demand braille, E-Text production, captioning and described media, Tools for Life (TFL), digital accessibility services, and more. 
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This webpage from the University of Washington describes a variety of ways for making video content accessible. "An accessible video includes captions, a transcript, and audio description and is delivered in an accessible media player." The webpage includes list of resources for captioning and audio description, including paid services,...
This booklet from the United Spinal Association provides tips for interacting more effectively with people who have disabilities. The booklet includes basic, terminology, and disability specific tips. Examples of basic tips include ask before you help, be sensitive about physical contact, and think before you speak. Some examples of terminology...
Georgia Tech's Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation (CIDI) focuses on "the promotion of technological innovation and development of user-centered research, products, and services for individuals with disabilities." At the link above, readers can browse CIDI's Research portfolio, learn about upcoming trainings (under Education), and check out...