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Developed by DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking and Technology), this video provides an overview of students and workers with learning disabilities demonstrating mainstream computer-based tools and strategies that promote academic and career success.

Link: http://www.washington.edu/doit/videos/index.php?vid=29

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To provide teacher candidates with instructional and educational best practices focused on the visually impaired, Ellen Trief, Ph.D. at Hunters College, developed a Library of Video Excerpts (L.O.V.E.) that is accessible by closed captioning and voice-over audio descriptions. The collection of videos represents teaching in various areas (literacy, braille reading...

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In this video, a student from the University of Tasmania, shares her experiences in using inclusive technology, emphasizing the power of text-to-speech and voice dictation technology.

Video made by Martin Kelly for the Australian Disability Clearinghouse on Education and Training.

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Access to a vast array of technologies may not be enough for students with disabilities to achieve academic success in college. In this investigation, British researchers found that lack of "digital capital" (the ability to use technologies in effective and productive ways) has a direct impact on students' academic performance....

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A main instructional strategy in colleges and universities, cooperative group learning activities can be a challenge for students with communications and/or learning disabilities. This study examined the use of online tools to advance collaborative work in groups with deaf/hard of hearing and hearing members enrolled in teacher training program. Findings...

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To understand the impact of online/distance learning on students with disabilities enrolled in colleges and universities, the authors conducted a meta-analysis of materials published in GoogleScholar, Academic Search Complete, and EBSCO. Findings indicate a lack of empirical studies addressing the impact of online learning on students with disabilities.

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Published in the Journal of Educators Online (JEO), this paper provides guidelines for incorporating UDL in an online environment, addressing the needs of all students.

Link: https://www.thejeo.com/archive/archive/2015_122/dell_articlepdf#content-head

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In this webinar Dr. Katie Linder, Research Director at Oregon State University eCampus, presents findings of a national study on how students use and perceive captioning and transcription at their institutions. Conducted in 2015 in collaboration with 3MediaPlay, the study had over 2,500 student respondents- the largest study on the...

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Produced by the Disability Services Office at NC State University, this informational video explains the transition process to post-secondary education. Featuring 2 students with learning disabilities, the video explains the difference between accommodations in college and in high school and provides information on the importance of understanding one's disability. The...

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As more students with disabilities enroll in eLearning courses, teachers struggle to make their online courses accessible. In this webinar, Web Accessibility Group Leader and Web Accessibility Trainer Janet Sylvia provides 10 tips for making online course material accessible. The discussion cover challenges and solutions for instructors and administrators, legal...

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