The following resources and documents may be useful to those striving to make computing courses and careers accessible to people with disabilities.
- AccessIT - the National Center on Accessible Information Technology in Education, which features a searchable knowledge base of Q&As, case studies and promising practices regarding accessible information technology in educational settings.
- AccessSTEM - the Alliance for Access to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, which features a searchable knowledge base of Q&As, case studies and promising practices regarding the pursuit of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics by people with disabilities.
- DO-IT - a center on Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology, which hosts a collection of publications, videos, knowledge bases, and other resources related to increasing the academic and career success of people with disabilities, using technology as an empowering tool.
- Equal Access: Universal Design of Your Project - how to make your project accessible to everyone.
- Equal Access: Universal Design of Computing Departments - guidelines for making your computing department accessible to all students.
- Equal Access: Universal Design of Computer Labs - how to make computer labs accessible to people with disabilities.
- Equal Access: Universal Design of Instruction - a checklist to maximize the learning of all students.
- Working Together: Faculty and Students with Disabilities - guidelines for faculty that can be tailored to a specific institution by adding a campus resource list.