Open Educational Resources (OER) support flexible instructional opportunities through the use of materials that can be reused and remixed to meet the needs and preferences of a wide range of learners. In this webinar, educators who are new to OER will learn how to create accessible OER using Open Author and how to evaluate existing OER in a variety of formats for accessibility.
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Social media can provide opportunities to clearly communicate policies and procedures to families during remote learning, and this resource provides tips on how to ensure all communication shared through social media follows accessibility best practices.
The use of video to support instruction is growing with remote and hybrid learning, and this resource focuses on the top tips and techniques for creating accessible video content that also engages learners and promotes understanding for everyone.
Many educational materials are not purchased, but created by educators and staff as they are needed. This resource focuses on five practices for getting started with the creation of accessible documents and slide decks that can be shared with families to support continuity of learning for all students, including those who use assistive technologies to interact with educational materials.
The shift to remote and hybrid learning have highlighted the importance of accessibility as a way to ensure educational equity for all learners. This resource focuses on concrete steps educators and administrators can take to ensure the technology they are purchasing meets accessibility requirements.
Need key strategies on educational and transition planning for deaf students? A flexible, positive approach along with resources, tip sheets, and toolkits can support for Fall 2020 and beyond.
This one stop shop for all resources to support deaf students during COVID pulls together NDC technical assistance and dissemination activities on issues related to accommodations, communication, face masks, online learning, transition, and coordination of services. This web portal is updated weekly with new products and critical information to address ongoing concerns and needs in the field, with resources offered in English, Spanish, and ASL.
A series of webinars, from July through December 2020, on instructional strategies for children and youth who are deaf-blind (e.g., academic standards, literacy and numeracy, accessing the grade level general education curriculum). These will be recorded and made publicly available.
Staying on top of the continually changing information related to COVID-19 can be overwhelming. The resources on this page provide information to help families navigate health and benefits service systems.
Educational activities and routines to do at home. It provides ideas and resources to help children who are deaf-blind learn and have fun while schools are closed or any time.
Although intended primarily for families and educators of children with deaf-blindness, the content is highly relevant for children with any type of disability who benefit from learning through routines. Presented by two experts in the field of deaf-blindness.
Resources on how to provide instruction to students with deaf-blindness from a distance. It specifically focuses on students who are proficient communicators.
Useful, relevant resources from state deaf-blind projects, NCDB, OSEP, and other sources to inform distance TA while schools are closed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Includes resources to share with families and educators.
This page links to resources, tips, and materials to ensure that online instruction is accessible and meaningful for students who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Bookshare is a leading provider of print materials for students with dyslexia, blindness, cerebral palsy, and other reading barriers, these pages provide resources to continue learning remotely.