About DO-IT

DO-IT serves to increase the success of people with disabilities, especially in fields where they have been underrepresented such as science, engineering, and mathematics. DO-IT uses technology to maximize the independence, productivity, and participation of students with disabilities in academic programs and careers.

DO-IT activities help individuals with disabilities successfully:

[Zachary, Sheryl, Darin, Julie at NSF Award Ceremony] DO-IT's efforts have been acknowledged with many awards and honors. These include:

Primary funding for DO-IT is provided by the National Science Foundation and the State of Washington. Additional grants have been received from the Mitsubishi Electric America Foundation, the NEC Foundation of America, the Seattle Foundation, the Samuel S. Johnson Foundation, the Telecommunication Funding Partnership, the U.S. Department of Education, Qwest, the Dwight D. Eisenhower Foundation, and Visio Corporation.