The STEM Lab is a space where faculty and administrators at postsecondary institutions can learn to create academic environments and physical spaces that maximize the learning of all students, including those with disabilities. It specifically addresses issues related to academic studies in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
- Read Making STEM Accessible to Students with Disabilities
In this multimedia "book," learn how to make STEM learning in postsecondary settings welcoming and accessible to students with disabilities.
- Make Physical Environments Accessible to Students with Disabilities
Learn how to create accessible makerspaces, science and engineering labs, and computing spaces.
- Make Math, Science and Technology Instruction Accessible to Students with Disabilities: A Resource for Teachers and Teacher Educators
Access comprehensive materials and resources to help science and math teachers fully include students with disabilities in their classes and labs.
- Find Accessible Science Equipment
Review examples of products to help make science labs accessible to all students.
- Help High School Students Transition into STEM-Related Postsecondary Education
Discover a list of activities, workshops, and lessons on helping students with disabilities transition into STEM-related education.
- Explore AccessSTEM Careers
See how this project promotes STEM fields to students with disabilities in the Seattle area and works with career centers at local colleges to make their offerings welcoming and accessible to students with disabilities.
- Review Resources from NSF-Funded Projects
Explore videos, publications, and websites that promote access to STEM for students with disabilities
- Discover AccessSTEM
Learn more about the project that funded The STEM Lab.
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