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Alternative Access: A Case Study on the Benefits of Assistive Technology for Students with Temporary Disabilities
Conference Engagement via Robot: A Case Study in an Option for a Student Unable to Travel
Debra's Conference Experience: A Case Study on Challenges Faced by Conference Participants Who Are Deaf
Distance Learning 101: A Case Study on Accessibility in Collaboration
Distance Learning: A Case Study on the Accessibility of an Online Course
Dr. Doe's Internet Course: A Case Study on Accessible Distance Learning
Michael and Depression: A Case Study in Collaboration and Disability Awareness
Sheryl and Her Distance Learning: A Case Study in Making a Course Accessible to a Blind Co-Instructor
Software Compatibility: A Case Study on Assistive Technology, Accessible Course Software, and a Student with Low Vision
Teresa and Computer Science: A Case Study in Coding With Minimal Movement
Universally Designed Web Pages: A Case Study on Access Issues for a Student with a Learning Disability
Web Access: A Case Study on Making Content Accessible to a Student who is Blind
AccessComputing Engagement: A Promising Practice in Universally Designing Remote Meetings
Alt-Text as Poetry: A Promising Practice in Reimagining Alt-Text
Asynchronous Instruction: A Promising Practice Using Online Access
Capacity Building Institutes: A Promising Practice for Collaboration
Captioning Parties: A Promising Practice in Building a Captioning Community
CIRCL: A Promising Practice in Modeling and Promoting Accessibility
Cornell Tech Course on Interaction Techniques: A Promising Practice in Normalizing Disability in a Technical Course
Course Accessibility Checklist: A Promising Practice in Helping Instructors Create Accessible Online Learning Courses
Digital Frog International: A Promising Practice in Designing Accessible Educational Software
DO-IT: A Promising Practice in Designing Accessible Videos
Evergreen Elementary: A Promising Practice in Empowering Students through Assistive Technology
Gaming for the Greater Good: A Promising Practice in Teaching About Both Technology and Disability
Hosting a Panel of Students with Disabilities: A Promising Practice in Raising Awareness of Disability Issues
Informing the Design of Cyberlearning: A Promising Practice in Promoting Diversity in Cyberlearning
LeadCS.org: A Promising Practice in Providing Resources for Computer Science Educators
Michigan Virtual University: A Promising Practice in Developing Standards for Online Courses
NAD: A Promising Practice in Streaming Captioned Educational Video
National Center for Blind Youth in Science: A Promising Practice in Creating a Web Portal
Online Disability Identity Webinar: A Promising Practice in Engaging Students in Conversations About Their Experiences
OSA Mentoring Opportunities: A Promising Practice in Increasing a Feeling of ‘Belonging’ in STEM
RoboBooks: A Promising Practice on Universally Designed Science Materials
Shaping the Future of Cyberlearning: A Promising Practice for Promoting Accessibility in Cyberlearning Projects
Teaching About Accessibility: A Promising Practice for Integrating Accessibility Topics in Computing and IT Courses
The Signing Science Dictionary Project: A Promising Practice in Creating an Accessible Science Dictionary
The University of Washington: A Promising Practice in Making Distance Learning Courses Accessible to Students with Disabilities
Tools and Techniques for Accessible Web Content: A Promising Practice in Webcast Training
UW INFO 340 Web Development: A Promising Practice in Including Accessibility in the Computing Curriculum
UW-IT's Captioning Project: A Promising Practice in Setting up a Captioning Project on a College Campus
Are Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles curricula accessible to students with disabilities?
Are frames accessible?
Are funds available specifically for captioning?
Are peer review tools accessible?
Are postsecondary institutions required to purchase adaptive software for a specific course if only one student needs it?
Are some fonts more accessible than others?
Are text-only websites an accessible alternative?
Are there any web-based tutorials on web accessibility?
Are there electronic mentoring programs for students with disabilities?
Are there Hour of Code activities that are accessible to students with visual impairments?
Are there resources to help individuals who are blind build hardware devices?
Are there screen readers that can read math equations?
Are there standards or guidelines for providing audio description?
Are there standards or guidelines for providing captions?
Are there tools that can be used to check for accessibility issues in a Canvas course?
Are there voice recognition programs students can use to do math?
Are there web browsers that have been developed specifically for use by people with disabilities?
Are touch screens accessible?
Can all television sets display closed captions?
Can captions be generated automatically using speech recognition?
Can I borrow captioned media for free?
Can I make accessible web pages using a web authoring tool such as Dreamweaver?
Can impairments that are episodic or in remission be considered disabilities?
Can the information contained in graphs, charts, drawings, and three-dimensional models be made accessible to students with disabilities?
Do I need to change my exam procedures to accommodate a student with a disability?
Do postsecondary institutions have to provide assistive technology (for example, screen enlargement or voice recognition software) to students with disabilities who enroll in distance learning courses?
Do TTY, TDD, and TT mean the same thing?
Does the provision of accommodations guarantee student success?
Does the website developed by a professor for a particular course at a university or college have to meet accessibility standards?
How accessible are Microsoft Word documents?
How are the terms "dwarf," "little person," and "person of short stature" commonly used?
How are the terms deaf, deafened, hard of hearing, and hearing impaired typically used?
How are the terms low vision, visually impaired, and blind defined?
How can computing courses be made more accessible to students with specific learning disabilities?
How can data tables be made accessible?
How can digital content help students with learning disabilities that affect their ability to process math?
How can educational entities determine if their websites are accessible?
How can I accommodate students with low vision?
How can I better understand what it’s like to have a learning disability?
How can I create a conference poster that is accessible to people with disabilities?
How can I create math and science documents that are accessible to students with visual impairments?
How can I design a school computer lab to be accessible to all students?
How can I easily open my most often used programs in Windows?
How can I ensure that a student who is deaf can access the content in my podcasts?
How can I get started in making my distance learning course accessible to all students?
How can I help students who need accommodations but refuse to use them?
How can I include people with disabilities in the broader impacts statement of my NSF grant proposal?
How can I integrate disability-related topics into the classes that I teach?
How can I make web page navigation accessible?
How can I test my website for accessibility?
How can instructors make courses more accessible to students who are deaf or hard of hearing?
How can my educational entity deliver accessible webcasts?
How can Office for Civil Rights resolutions help guide campuses in making information technology accessible?
How can people who are blind access video and multimedia products?
How can people who are blind operate computers?
How can people who are deaf access video and multimedia products?
How can people who have low vision operate a computer?
How can people with mobility impairments operate computers?
How can programming be made more accessible to people with disabilities?
How can students with disabilities arrange for accommodations at a postsecondary institution?
How can students with disabilities arrange for accommodations in an online course?
How can universal design be applied in educational settings?
How can universal design be applied to instruction?
How can you include individuals with disabilities in broadening participation activities for other underrepresented groups?
How can you integrate accessibility into your syllabus?
How can you make your presentation accessible?
How do I best communicate text and graphics I write on the board or present in PowerPoint during lectures to a student who is blind?
How do I create online math content that is accessible to students who are blind?
How do I make my online PowerPoint presentation accessible?
How do I make sure that an alternate form of an exam is equivalent to the standard form?
How do I make websites accessible?
How do I navigate around Microsoft Windows using only a keyboard?
How do I turn on captions and audio description in my media player?
How do scripting languages affect accessibility?
How does accessible web design benefit all web users?
How does my choice and use of color affect the accessibility of my website?
How does unintended or unconscious bias affect students with disabilities?
How long can an "alt" attribute be?
Is Flash content accessible?
Is Google Apps Accessible?
Is instructional software typically accessible to students with disabilities?
Is it appropriate for me to ask a postsecondary student what type of disability he has?
Is it better to caption or transcribe educational multimedia?
Is it legal to copy material that is copyrighted in order to make the print accessible to low-vision or blind patrons?
Is Java accessible?
Is PDF accessible?
Is the information regarding a student's disability and her need for academic accommodations confidential?
Is there a way to add captions to a video that is already published?
May I fail a student with a disability?
What access challenges might visitors to a web page experience?
What accessibility features are available within the Macintosh operating system?
What accessibility features are provided with the Windows operating system?
What alternative pointing systems are available for someone who cannot use a mouse?
What are "mitigating measures" with respect to a disability?
What are challenges to increasing the participation of students with disabilities in computing?
What are cochlear implants, how do they work, and who typically gets them?
What are examples of psychiatric diagnoses?
What are relay services, and how do I access them?
What are some assignments that could be used in lieu of tests to help students with disabilities demonstrate mastery of content?
What are some examples of accessible programming languages?
What are some examples of online simulations for science labs?
What are some guidelines for creating attractive and functional open or closed captions?
What are some hints for communicating with individuals who have disabilities?
What are some of the barriers students with disabilities face in distance learning courses?
What are some of the functional limitations related to mental illness?
What are some steps that distance learning program administrators can take to ensure the accessibility of their courses?
What are specific computer applications that can assist students with learning disabilities?
What are specific types of learning disabilities?
What are speech-to-text services?
What are tactile graphics?
What are the benefits of universal design of a distance learning course for students without disabilities?
What are the options for someone who cannot operate a standard keyboard?
What are tips for creating accessible social media posts?
What are typical accommodations for students who are deaf or hard of hearing?
What are typical accommodations for students with blindness?
What are typical accommodations for students with health impairments?
What are typical accommodations for students with learning disabilities?
What are typical accommodations for students with low vision?
What are typical accommodations for students with mobility impairments?
What are typical challenges and accommodations for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder?
What can conferences do to be more accessible to participants with disabilities?
What can professional organizations do to increase the participation of individuals with disabilities in their field?
What challenges do individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing have in operating computers?
What challenges do individuals with speech impairments face in operating computers?
What challenges do people with disabilities face in accessing standard consumer products?
What considerations should be made in order to develop accessible web-based distance learning courses?
What constitutes good alt text?
What do distance learning professionals need to know about accessibility?
What does word prediction software do?
What efforts exist to track the participation of students with disabilities in K-12 computer science education?
What federal laws in the U.S. protect the rights of people with disabilities?
What if a student with a disability disrupts my college class?
What is a "qualified student with a disability"?
What is a "qualified" individual with a disability?
What is a mental illness?
What is a mobility impairment?
What is a physical or mental impairment?
What is a reading system?
What is a refreshable Braille display?
What is a speech impairment?
What is a traumatic brain injury?
What is a virtual keyboard?
What is Asperger's Disorder?
What is assistive technology?
What is audio description?
What is Autism?
What is braille translation software?
What is ClassAct?
What is computer-based speech recognition?
What is Cyberlearning?
What is DotsPlus Braille?
What is InftyReader?
What is MathSpeak?
What is Nemeth Code?
What is NIMAS?
What is real-time captioning?
What is sign language?
What is the Access Board?
What is the Americans with Disabilities Act?
What is the difference between accessible, usable, and universal design?
What is the difference between open and closed captioning?
What is the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials?
What is the National Instructional Materials Access Center (NIMAC)?
What is the Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP)?
What is the Quorum programming language?
What is the Rehabilitation Act of 1973?
What is the United States Department of Education Office for Civil Rights (OCR) and what do they do?
What is the World Institute on Disability (WID)?
What is universal design?
What is video remote interpreting?
What is wrong with using HTML tables for layout?
What is XML and how does it relate to accessibility?
What language should I use to talk about people with disabilities?
What laws worldwide relate to digital accessibility?
What legal issues are associated with access to video products for students with sensory impairments?
What proportion of postsecondary students have disabilities?
What should I do when a student informs me of a disability and requests an accommodation for a distance learning course?
What specific challenges make it difficult for people with mobility impairments to operate computers?
What statement can I put on my syllabus for students with disabilities?
What steps can developers take to ensure that online learning tools are usable by people with disabilities?
What strategies can disability and information technology (IT) professionals implement to encourage accessibility of webpages, videos, and documents on their campuses?
What strategies used to recruit other underrepresented groups could be repurposed for use in recruiting students with disabilities to your program, institution, or department?
What technology can be helpful for teaching students with invisible disabilities?
What U.S. federal legislation protects the rights of students with disabilities?
What web accessibility evaluation and repair tools are available?
What web-based resources tell how to make STEM accessible to people with disabilities?
Where can I find a list of publisher contacts to request electronic text formats?
Where can I find guidelines for making online learning projects more accessible?
Where can I find information about the current state and future of cyberlearning?
Where can I find information on Cyberlearning Synthesis and Design Workshops?
Where can I find online resources for learning about accessible information technology?
Where can I find resources about legal, social, and political issues related to disability?
Where can I find resources for making distance learning courses accessible?
Where can I find resources related to brain injuries?
Where can I find resources related to health impairments?
Where can I find resources related to hearing impairments?
Where can I find resources related to learning disabilities and Attention-Deficit Disorder?
Where can I find resources related to mobility impairments?
Where can I find resources related to visual impairments?
Where can I find statistics about education and career attainment for individuals with disabilities?
Where can I find tips on making math accessible to students with disabilities?
Where can I find vendors who provide captioning services?
Where can I learn about best practices for making accessible mobile and web apps?
Where can I learn about incorporating accessibility topics in computing/IT courses?
Where can I locate statistical data answering questions about students with disabilities and educational services?
Which set of web accessibility standards or guidelines should I comply with?
Which web browsers are most accessible?
Who benefits from captions on videos?
Who is a "person with a disability?"
Who offers training on assistive technology and the design of accessible technology?
Whom should I contact in my state if I have a question about assistive technology?