Inclusion

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This video is about Goalball, a sport for athletes who are visually impaired. Watch and listen as North Dakota Vision Services - School for the Blind (NDVS/SB) students explain how it is played and what makes it different from other sports.

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Saqib is a core Microsoft developer living in London, who lost the use of his eyes at age 7. He found inspiration in computing and is helping build Seeing AI, a research project that helps people who are visually impaired or blind to better understand who and what is around...

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Voice-controlled technology like Amazon Echo, Siri or hands-free features in Google Maps are things we’re starting to take for granted. But as Mary Meeker’s 2017 Internet Trends Report noted, voice controls are changing computer-human interfaces, and industries, broadly. Speech recognition or voice controls are being added to medical devices and...

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This site is an inclusive Higher Education Assessment Tool from Think College! College Options for People with Intellectual Disabilities. This tool will assist programs that serve students with intellectual disabilities to determine current levels of implementation of eighty-eight key practices in inclusive higher education. This site is an inclusive Higher...

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Does Universal Design for Learning (UDL) exist in virtual schools? Kimberly Coy provides us this overview of the things we can consider to create robust learning environments, even online, using UDL. https://www.smore.com/vg49h-udl-in-synchronous-environments-k-8

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American Sign Language University is a fantastic resource site for American sign Language (ASL) students and teachers. Here you will find information and resources to help you learn ASL and improve your signing. Study at your own pace. The site has an easy to navigate index with popular words, and...

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This paper from Norman Murray and Dave Roberts of the University of Salford looks at head and eye gaze assistive technologies. For efficient collaboration between participants, eye gaze is seen as being critical for interaction. Teleconferencing systems such as the AcessGrid allow users to meet across geographically disparate rooms but...

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This paper from CSUN Scholarworks Journal on Technology & Persons with Disabilities discusses evaluation research conducted by TERC, Inc. in classrooms with students in grades 9-12 who are deaf or hard of hearing and who communicate in sign language. The primary purpose was to begin to establish effectiveness in terms...

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This paper from CSUN Scholarworks Journal on Technology & Persons with Disabilities discusses begins on how computer games are becoming increasingly diversified. The lead author of this paper first encountered them early in elementary school. One of the authors recalls quite often having had fun playing games with his neighborhood...

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Flipgrid is a video response platform where educators can have online video discussions with students or other educators. Teachers can provide feedback to students, and better yet students can provide feedback to one another. It is a tool that encourages full participation by all students, and has the possibility of...

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