Knowledge Base Always Adding More Information
The DO-IT Knowledge Base is continually growing as more research is done on accessibility and new topics come to the forefront of disability and universal design. Partners and Mentors to DO-IT and AccessComputing often recommend promising practices from their own institutions that we share forward. The DO-IT Knowledge Base currently contains over 800 Case Studies, Promising Practices, and Q&As regarding accessibility of technology, college, graduate school, and careers for individuals with disabilities.
Some new articles are featured below:
- Teaching About Accessibility: A Promising Practice for Integrating Accessibility Topics in Computing and IT Courses
- Where can I find information about the current state and future of cyberlearning?
- UW INFO 340 Web Development: A Promising Practice in Including Accessibility in the Computing Curriculum
We are also constantly checking our articles for factual information or adding to them so information stays relevant and correct. Here are some recommended articles that have been updated with new information or new website resources:
- How can the engagement of students with disabilities in postsecondary career centers be increased?
- What is the Americans with Disabilities Act?
- What is the difference between an IEP and a 504 Plan?
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