Internet at Camp: How to DO-IT - PDF Version


Introduction - 217 KB

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Overview - 157 KB

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How to DO-IT - 639 KB

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Teaching Strategies - 2563 KB KB

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Resources - 332 KB

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DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) serves to increase the successful participation of individuals with disabilities in challenging academic programs such as those in science, engineering, mathematics, and technology. Primary funding for DO-IT is provided by the National Science Foundation, the State of Washington, and the U.S. Department of Education. DO-IT is a collaboration of UW Information Technology and the Colleges of Engineering and Education at the University of Washington.

To order free publications or newsletters use the DO-IT Publications Order Form; to order videos and training materials use the Videos, Books and Comprehensive Training Materials Order Form.

For further information, to be placed on the DO-IT mailing list, request materials in an alternate format, or to make comments or suggestions about DO-IT publications or web pages contact:

DO-IT
University of Washington
Box 354842
Seattle, WA 98195-4842
doit@uw.edu
www.uw.edu/doit/
206-685-DOIT (3648) (voice/TTY)
888-972-DOIT (3648) (voice/TTY)
206-221-4171 (fax)
509-328-9331 (voice/TTY) Spokane

Founder and Director: Sheryl Burgstahler, Ph.D.

DO-IT Funding and Partners


©1998 University of Washington
The videotape enclosed in this binder includes four presentations released separately under the following titles:
Camp: Beyond Summer © 1998
Working Together: People with Disabilities and Computer Technology © 1995
Equal Access: Computer Labs © 1997
World Wide Access © 1997

Permission is granted to copy these materials for non-commercial purposes provided the source is acknowledged.

Primary funding for the creation of these printed materials was provided by the NEC Foundation of America. The National Science Foundation, the State of Washington, and the University of Washington also contribute substantial resources to DO-IT's programs.