Resources Supporting Accessibility within Computing Education
- Join AccessComputing
High school, college, and graduate students with disabilities can connect with mentors and professionals to learn about internships and other opportunities in computing fields.
- Apply to be an AccessComputing Mentor
For educators, professionals, and students who would like to mentor students with disabilities.
- Become an Institutional Partner
Become a crucial aspect of AccessComputing by engaging with other partners, participating in project training and an online community of practice; committing to taking steps that will make computing courses, resources, programs, and/or project activities more welcoming and accessible to individuals with disabilities; and promoting the inclusion of disability issues.
- Become an Industry Partner
Learn strategies for successfully recruiting and retaining employees with disabilities and access a variety of resources.
- Apply for an AccessComputing Minigrant
Get funding to support training, experiential learning, and other computing and information technology (IT)-related activities nationwide.
- Join a Community of Practice
Participate in discussions and activities for promoting the increased participation of people with disabilities in computing careers.
Replication Packages on Computing Topics
- Including Accessibility in Information School Classes
- Increasing Access to Computing and Information Technology by Conducting a Capacity Building Institute (CBI) on Your Campus
- Building Awareness by Hosting a Panel of Students with Disabilities
- evoHaX: Accessibility Hackathons
Accessible Computing Spaces
- Equal Access: Universal Design of Computer Labs
- Equal Access: Universal Design of Computing Departments
- Equal Access: Universal Design of Your NSF INCLUDES Project
- Accessibility in Third-Party Products and Services
- Accessibility and Universal Design of Online Meetings
- Invisible Disabilities and Postsecondary Education
- Working Together: Faculty and Students with Disabilities
- Working Together: Teaching Assistants and Students with Disabilities
- Working Together: People with Disabilities and Computer Technology
- 20 Tips for Teaching an Accessible Online Course
- Leading Practices for Improving Accessibility and Inclusion in Field, Laboratory, and Computational Science – A Conversation Series