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Professor Kirsten Ely discusses her process of applying Universal Design for Learning to her accounting class. This... see more

The "Federal Court Concepts" module is designed to introduce secondary and postsecondary students to the American federal... see more

'This page contains a full list of databases that are compliant with either Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act,... see more

Google Expeditions enable teachers to bring students on virtual reality field trips (200+ expeditions) to places like... see more

This annual conference, usually held at the University of Linz in Austria, presents papers on assistive technology and... see more

Through good economic times and bad, marketing remains the pivotal function in any business. Determining and satisfying... see more

NATEN brings together information from the many fields and disciplines that are involved in assistive technology services... see more

'Oovium is not an attempt to rehash old outdated inventions, but it subsumes much of their functionality. The calculator,... see more

This site is a repository of library vendor VPATs and accessibility statements. 'All VPATs have been posted with vendor... see more

This site evaluates free Web2.0 interactive and collaborative e-learning tools for their accessibility.  Both educators... see more

This applet demonstrates the Central Limit Theorem using histograms. It is primarily an interactive teaching tool, but... see more

Their work focuses on issues and problems that directly affect people’s ability to live full and independent lives. To... see more

Wikipedia:  Lists of Academic Journals is a work-in-progress project listing academic journals catalogued and sorted by... see more

Students struggling with language and communication can use features in Mac OS X for alternative methods of communication... see more

Carnegie Mellon's (PA) open courses (and associated content) denote a marked emphasis on STEM, including computing. The... see more

This is an article about the digital divide issue.  It is somewhat more positive than most as it talks about groups and... see more

'The ASCLA “Library Accessibility –What You Need to Know” toolkit series of fifteen tipsheets was developed to help... see more

'Purpose – The purpose of this study is to address problems associated with the accessibility of academic library... see more

"SAS® Flash Cards gives you the ability to easily create, learn, and share flash cards for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod... see more

"Bite-sized" articles providing information and insights in using technology to teach adults in online and hybrid... see more

This website on evaluating resources includes: Part 1: The Need to Evaluate Internet Resources Part 2: Evaluating Online... see more

This website has a wealth of information related to accessibility, disability and possible technologies. The... see more

The goal of Web Accessibility In Mind (WebAIM) is to improve accessibility to online learning opportunities; in... see more

UDL-U is a professional development portal that allows individual faculty members to learn and explore content and... see more