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Faculty Resources

Resources to help you create a classroom environment that maximizes the learning of all students, regardless of disability, can be found on your campus, on the World Wide Web, in publications, and through professional organizations. This area of The Faculty Room provides a guide to useful resources, organized into the following sections:

  • Resources from DO-IT - Web-based publications to be printed and video presentations from DO-IT that are useful to postsecondary educators.
  • Specific Disability Resources - resources related to teaching students with specific disabilities.
  • Specific Academic Activity Resources - resources for helping instructors accommodate students with disabilities in specific academic activities.
  • Knowledge Base - search the Knowledge Base for question and answers, case studies, and promising practices regarding the education and employment of students with disabilities.