Looking for answers to specific questions, case studies, and promising practices related to topics associated with making computing courses and careers more accessible and inclusive of people with disabilities and incorporating content related to disability as well as accessible and universal design in computing and IT course curriculum? AccessComputing continues to grow an online searchable Knowledge Base of more than six hundred articles in these three categories. On the AccessComputing website, select the “Knowledge Base” link to search through and read a variety of related articles, including the following:
- Distance Learning: A Case Study on the Accessibility of an Online Course
- James and Work-Based Learning: A Case Study in Accommodating a Student who is Deaf
- Robbie and a Computer Course: A Case Study on Computing Access for Students who are Blind
- Computer Science Fun Day: A Promising Practice in Collaborating to Increase Computer Science Awareness
- Project E.S.T.E.E.M.: A Promising Practice in Experiencing Computer Science Programs
- SIGCHI: A Promising Practice in Increasing Accessibility in Professional Organizations and Conferences
- Teaching About Accessibility: A Promising Practice for Integrating Accessibility Topics in Computing and IT Courses
- What are the options for someone who cannot operate a standard keyboard?
- What are some examples of accessible programming languages?