Career Development and Students with Disabilities
PRESENTATION AND RESOURCE MATERIALS
Editors: Sheryl Burgstahler, Julie Smallman
Table of Contents
- Legal Issues
- The Student's Perspective
- The Employer's Perspective
- Strategies for Working with People who have Disabilities
- Four-Step Accommodation Model
- Abilities Profiles
- A Reading List
- Employment Resources
- Computer Facility Access
- Adaptive Technology
- Access to Electronic Resources
- A Reading List
- Computing Resources
- Presentation Planning
- Student Presentation
- Career Development Staff Presentation
- Employer Presentation
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.
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