New Online Course Teaches How to Design a Successful Summer Program for Deaf Youth

New ASL Name Sign Debuts for Deafverse; Contest Winner to Appear in World Two

Sign Language Interpreters Can Earn Up to 5.4 CEUs Free Online

Sign language interpreters perform highly complex and essential services for the deaf community. Their professional development shouldn’t have to be inaccessible or costly.

Using Hearing Assistive Devices at Home: 5 Tips for Deaf College Students

Professional Development Checklist: Six Ways to Improve Your Skills from Home

New Work Based Learning Course Launched by National Deaf Center

Developing Accessible Work Based Learning Programs, a new online course available in the National Deaf Center’s learning library, offers practical insights and resources to improve employment outcomes — and close substantial employment gaps — for deaf youth.

Take Control of Your Online Learning: Tips for Deaf College Students

5 Tips for Disability Service Professionals to Provide Accessibility in Online Classes

New Summer Program in Virginia to Show #DeafSuccess in Action

Young deaf people in Virginia, like many other states, are falling through the cracks between high school graduation and higher education, training, or career.

Learn to create an inclusive campus in NDC's new course

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