DO-IT hosts programs and projects for precollege and college students with disabilities and for advocates, educators, administrators, and employers.
How faculty, staff, student service providers, administrators, veteran serves, and students themselves can increase the success of students with disabilities in postsecondary education.
Activities and resources for faculty, staff, and students with disabilities that serve to increase the participation of people with disabilities in computing academic programs and careers.
How to make distance learning courses and programs welcoming and accessible to all students, including those with disabilities.
Increasing the participation of people with disabilities in engineering fields and integrating universal design concepts into engineering curricula.
Principles, processes, and guidelines for applying universal design to instruction, student services, technology, and physical spaces.
A comprehensive, replicable program for helping teenagers in Washington State prepare for and succeed in college, graduate studies, and careers, using technology as an empowering tool.
More DO-IT Programs
The Alliance for Students with Disabilities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
- AccessSTEM CAREERS
Promoting STEM fields to students with disabilities in the Seattle area and working with career centers.
- DO-IT Disability Mentoring Day
An anual event held in the Seattle area for students with disabilities.
- DO-IT International Connections
Adapting practices and promoting the success of people with disabilities in other countries.
- DO-IT Mentors
Supporting DO-IT programs, projects, and participants.
- DO-IT Pals
An e-community for high school students with disabilities.
- RDE Collaborative Dissemination
A collection of resources from Research in Disabilities Education projects of the National Science Foundation.
- Successes from DO-IT's Twenty Year History
For replication of DO-IT projects, resources, and more.
- Computer Science Collaborative Project (CSCP)
Focusing on outreach to and collaborations with groups underrepresented in computing.
- Center on Sensorimotor Neural Engineering (CSNE)
Promoting accessible design and participation of individuals with disabilites in all aspects of project activities.
- Promoting Equity in Engineering Relationships (PEERs)
Increasing the participation of underrepresented undergraduate students in the UW's College of Engineering.