ESP PD Workshop: Universal Design Principles for Accessible Course Content Also known as Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Universal Design for Instruction (UDI) this professional development workshop benefits all your students by providing high school/college/university faculty, administrators and support staff the tools necessary for effective communication with ALL students, not just students with disabilities.
An Introduction to Disabilities: A Resource for Administrators, College and University Faculty, Learning Specialists and Service Providers The increasing diversity of the student population in higher education has enriched the teaching and learning environment of American colleges and universities.
Improving Postsecondary Outcomes for Students with Disabilities: Designing Professional Development for Faculty A college degree is a prerequisite for many challenging careers. Career outcomes for people with disabilities are significantly higher for those who attend college and earn a postsecondary degree than it is for those who do not.
DCMP’s Approved Captioning Service Vendors listing This listing was prepared from information provided by various captioning-related sources and from surveys conducted by the DCMP. While the DCMP has attempted to identify all service vendors, it apologizes for any omissions. As additional service vendors are identified, they will be included in this list. Listing of a service vendor does not constitute an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Education, the National Association of the Deaf, or the DCMP. Costs for captioning vary according to the length of a program, the nature of the desired captioning service, the format of captioning, and other technical elements inherent in the captioning process.