- 20 Tips for Teaching an Accessible Online Course
- Accessibility 101 (downloadable PDF) – Slides from the December 1, 2020 “Accessibility 101” webinar, created by Jessica Caudill, hosted by Jessica Caudill and Marks Elder, and supported by the EIC.
- Accessibility Suffers During Pandemic (Inside Higher Ed) – “Students with disabilities and their advocates say access to equitable education has been abandoned in the scramble to move classes online.”
- ADA.gov – Information and technical assistance on the Americans with Disabilities Act.
- Disability and Equity in Education Commons – Open access academic articles.
- Disability Services Resources Guide (NC Community College System) – also see the NCCC System Office Disability Services page, which includes a link to the Disablity Services Providers Directory and training resources.
- Guidelines for Writing About People with Disabilities – From the ADA National Network.
- The History of the Americans with Disabilities Act : A Movement Perspective, by Arlene Mayerson
- Inclusive college teaching: universal design for instruction and diverse learners, by Joan M. McGuire – “The notion of Universal Design for Instruction (UDI) is examined from its roots in the architectural field to its application as a model for teaching that anticipates diversity including students with disabilities. Principles of UDI are defined, and pedagogical examples are provided.”
- Access-Board.gov – A list of disability organizations nationwide from the United States Access Board
- North Carolina Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped – A source of free podcasts, Braile books, BARD (the Braille and Audio Reading Download service), and much more for qualifying individuals.
- North Carolina Community College System (NCCCS) Virtual Learning Community – A great resource for information about laws, compliance standards, techniques, and services to help ensure community college classrooms are accessible.
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