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  • The DO-IT Center has launched its enhanced online video website with improved accessibility features. The site includes 43 videos that DO-IT has produced over the years, addressing a range of topics related to...
  • The DO-IT Center, the AccessSTEM project, and AccessSTEM participant Patricia Walsh have been featured in the Northeast Public Radio program, Access to Advancement, an audio exploration of the national effort to...
  • Congratulations to DO-IT and AccessSTEM Mentor Karen Braitmayer for her recent appointment to the U.S. Access Board by President Obama. The board is an independent Federal agency that provides leadership in accessible...
  • DO-IT Scholars engaged with more than forty researchers from the UW-sponsored Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering over a luncheon. They eagerly took advantage of the opportunity to ask these professors and...
  • The DO-IT Scholars program has again been identified as a valuable program by the Healthy Communities Institute and is included in the organization's library of promising practices.
  • A new edition of the popular Making Math, Science, and Technology Instruction Accessible to Students with Disabilities development notebook is now available online. These materials help science, mathematics, technology...
  • The newly developed Research in Disabilities Education (RDE) Collaborative Dissemination website is now live! The website is a rich collection of resources that are designed to increase awareness of how people with...
  • SEATTLE – Dr. Richard Ladner will present the 2010 Samuel E. Kelly Distinguished Faculty Lecture on Thursday, April 22, at Johnson Hall, Room 102, on the University of Washington, Seattle campus. A reception will be...
  • The recently updated training notebook Building the Team: Faculty, Staff, and Students Working Together is now available online. The notebook was developed for those providing professional development to help faculty...
  • We added The Veterans Center to our collection of AccessCollege websites for stakeholder groups who wish to promote the success of individuals with disabilities in postsecondary studies. The collection of websites is at...

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