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This guide gives disability service offices tools to increase readiness to serve deaf students for online courses through proactive planning and being prepared to respond to requests from students and faculty members….
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Guides
Useful For: Disability Services Professionals
Topics: DSP Toolkit, Legal/Policy, Remote Services
When teaching online, instructors have an important role in supporting and ensuring the success of students — especially deaf students. Online courses need to be accessible for deaf students. This resource outlines some key tips to think about when designing…
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Guides
Useful For: Disability Services Professionals
Topics: DSP Toolkit, Remote Services
More than 200,000 deaf students attend colleges nationwide. For these deaf students to succeed, college experiences must be accessible. Students also need to feel supported by and engaged with the campus community. Giving deaf students interpreters or speech-to-text services in…
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Research
Useful For: Administrators
Topics: Deaf 101, DSP Toolkit, Other Access Topics, Transition
Vocational rehabilitation (VR) professionals play an important role in the transition from high school to continued education or employment. VR professionals need to be prepared to provide high-quality and individualized services for deaf people with diverse values, goals, and needs….
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Guides
Useful For: Vocational Rehabilitation Professionals
Topics: DSP Toolkit, Transition
More than 200,000 deaf students attend colleges nationwide. For these deaf students to succeed, college experiences must be accessible. Students also need to feel supported by and engaged with the campus community. Giving deaf students interpreters or speech-to-text services in…
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Research
Useful For: Administrators
Topics: Deaf 101, DSP Toolkit, Other Access Topics, Research & Data, Transition
Disability services professionals, deaf students, and internship site coordinators can work together in order to implement accommodations and communication strategies during clinicals….
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Guides
Useful For: Disability Services Professionals
Topics: DSP Toolkit
Disability services offices can benefit from conducting an internal assessment of policies, procedures, and other practices while managing accommodations for deaf students. The purpose of this guide is to help identify effectiveness, potential gaps, or areas in need of improvement…
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Guides
Useful For: Disability Services Professionals
Topics: DSP Toolkit
This self-evaluation tool is designed for institutions to assess the level of access to campus programs and services for deaf students….
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Guides
Useful For: Disability Services Professionals
Topics: DSP Toolkit
Institutions frequently face a variety of challenges with providing accessible environments for deaf students. One common challenge is the semester-to-semester changes in the number of registered deaf students and service provider availability….
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Guides
Useful For: Disability Services Professionals
Topics: DSP Toolkit
Whether your institution has one comprehensive form that is routed through one designated office or several forms within various departments, the goal is for the forms to be easily located….
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Templates
Useful For: Disability Services Professionals
Topics: DSP Toolkit
Prior to the beginning of the semester, the disability services office can provide guidance to faculty on how to make classroom environments accessible to deaf students in their courses….
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Templates
Useful For: Disability Services Professionals
Topics: DSP Toolkit
Student orientations are an opportunity for students to learn about the support services available on campus, including when and how to access them. At the end of orientation, deaf students and the disability services staff should have a shared understanding…
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Guides
Useful For: Disability Services Professionals
Topics: DSP Toolkit

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