Where Can We Get More Presentation Ideas and Materials?
DO-IT has a large collection of curriculum materials, short handouts, and videos that can useful to you in developing your CBI. The following sets of comprehensive training materials are of particular relevance to faculty and student service personnel on a postsecondary campus.
- Building the Team: Faculty, Staff, and Students Working Together—PRESENTATION AND RESOURCE MATERIALS. Synthesis of research, institutionalization guidelines, presentation tips, tailored presentations, overhead visuals, and handouts help faculty and administrators at postsecondary institutions fully include students with disabilities in courses.
- Students with Disabilities and Campus Services: Building the Team—PRESENTATION AND RESOURCE MATERIALS. Synthesis of research, institutionalization guidelines, presentation tips, tailored presentations, overhead visuals, and handouts to help student service staff and administrators make their campus services more accessible to students with disabilities.
- Making Math, Science, and Technology Instruction Accessible to Students with Disabilities—A RESOURCE FOR TEACHERS AND TEACHER EDUCATORS. Comprehensive materials and resources to help science, math, and technology teachers fully include students with disabilities in their classes and labs.
In addition, the following websites provide comprehensive resources for presenters and participants.
- The Faculty Room (www.washington.edu/doit/Faculty). A place for postsecondary faculty and administrators to learn about how to create classroom environments and activities that maximize the learning of all students, including those with disabilities-includes legal issues, universal design principles, and accommodation strategies.
- The Student Services Conference Room (www.washington.edu/doit/Conf). A place for staff in postsecondary libraries, admissions/financial aid, and registration offices; computer labs; and other campus services-includes a searchable database of frequently asked questions, promising practices, and tips on how to create accessible student service organizations.
- The Board Room (www.washington.edu/doit/Board). Provides guidance to postsecondary administrators regarding policies and practices that maximize the learning and participation of all students, including those with disabilities.
- The Student Lounge (www.washington.edu/doit/Student). Helps students with disabilities prepare for and succeed in postsecondary studies.
- The Center for Universal Design in Education (www.washington.edu/doit/CUDE). Shares the definitions, principles, guidelines, and strategies for applying universal design to instruction, student services, information technology, and physical spaces.