More Successes from DO-IT's Thirty Year History
Organizations and individuals are encouraged to replicate DO-IT practices from the following programs and projects. For details on how to get started, and more information about DO-IT's evidence base, consult Replication and Adaptation of DO-IT Practices.
Encouraging students with disabilities to pursue architecture and design fields.
A national center to increase the use of accessible information technology in educational institutions at all levels.
- Diversity Includes Disability Project
Hosting screenings and discussions of the film FIXED: The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement to the UW community.
- DO-IT 2-4
Students with disabilities transitioning from a two-year to a four-year postsecondary institution.
- DO-IT Admin
Helping campus student service organizations (admissions, advising, computer labs, libraries, career services, etc.) welcome and support students with disabilities.
- DO-IT Campers
Internet training and college/career preparation have been sponsored by DO-IT at summer camps for teens with disabilities.
- DO-IT Disability Mentoring Day
A program that promoted career development for students and job seekers with disabilities through hands-on career exploration and job shadowing.
- DO-IT Prof
Helping postsecondary faculty and academic administrators fully include students with disabilities in courses.
- DO-IT Show and Tell
College students with disabilities demonstrating technology, information access, and independent living skills to first grade students.