The following resources can help faculty, staff, and employers include make courses and programs fully inclusive of students with disabilities.

  • A study that tracks the progress of students with disabilities through junctures that lead to high tech degrees and careers.
  • Creating or deploying web-based resources that are fully accessible to all users.
  • A checklist for applying universal design principles to the development of accessible computer labs (publication and video).
  • Guidelines for making your computing department accessible to all students.
  • A checklist to maximize the learning of all students (publication and video).
  • A checklist for making a project accessible to everyone.
  • Students, mentors, and partners with disabilities share their experiences as they pursue computing degrees and careers.
  • Using lessons learned from earlier projects to ensure continual improvement.
  • Guidelines for faculty that can be tailored to a specific institution by adding a campus resource list.
  • Guidelines for teaching assistants that can be tailored to a specific institution by adding a campus resource list.
  • Information about the climate for scientists who are deaf or hard of hearing, student research opportunities, and interpreting in STEM fields.
  • How to make WWW pages accessible to people with disabilities.