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This brief summarizes research related to the benefits and barriers of online learning for deaf students….
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Resource Type: Research
Useful For: Disability Services Professionals
Topics: Research & Data, Other Access Topics
Deaf students are a low-incidence group; however, they have a high incidence of additional disabilities. Many require accommodations for equal access to classroom instruction and assessment, particularly in mainstreamed educational settings where spoken English is the primary language….
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Useful For: Families
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The term universal design was coined by architect Ronald L. Mace to describe the concept of designing all products and the built environment to be aesthetically pleasing and usable to the greatest extent possible by everyone, regardless of their age,…
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This article investigated patterns of educational accommodations use between high school and postsecondary settings by deaf students. This study focuses on language and communication (LC) accommodations that are typically specific to deaf students, as well as those used by other…
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As colleges and schools scramble to take their teaching online in response to the spread of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), educators must not forget — and must know how to make their instruction accessible to — deaf and hard of…
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Disability service professionals are on the front lines — bringing their specialized knowledge, unique strengths, and necessary insights — to ensure that all classes are accessible to deaf and hard of hearing students as colleges and schools move them online…
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Whether you are meeting with colleagues who are working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, or connecting with clients in another state, a little advance planning can make sure your next online meeting is effective and accessible to deaf…
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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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Useful For: Administrators
Topics: Deaf 101, DSP Toolkit, Other Access Topics, 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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Topics: Deaf 101, DSP Toolkit, Other Access Topics, Research & Data, Transition
As schools across the country transition to online courses in response to COVID-19, educators are working to ensure students receive the same quality education they received in the classroom. For deaf students, this means all course content must be accessible…
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In recent years there has been an increase in the number of veterans returning home with combat-related hearing loss and tinnitus. Deaf veterans may need accommodations and support to be successful in college and the work environment….
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Topics: Deaf 101, Legal/Policy, Other Access Topics, Research & Data
Deaf teenagers with stronger family support are more successful after high school. To succeed, deaf people need to be able to make their own decisions, communicate about their preferences, and advocate for their needs. This is called self-determination….
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Topics: Deaf 101, Mental Health & Well-Being, Other Access Topics, Transition

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