Improve Access Through Interpreting: New Resources from NDC

Engaging for Change: State Leaders Meet Regionally to Address Pandemic Crisis for Deaf Youth

Leaders in education and vocational rehabilitation (VR) met throughout the summer and fall in Engage for Change | state (EFC) online regional meetings organized by the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes (NDC) — determined to advance their short-term pandemic response and proactively create long-term strategies to improve services, support, and outreach to deaf youth.

Room for Improvement: New Report Analyzes Vocational Rehabilitation Services and Deaf Americans

Auto Captions and Deaf Students: Why Automatic Speech Recognition Technology Is Not the Answer (Yet)

With the rapid shift to online learning due to the pandemic, many colleges and schools are relying upon automatic captions as a quick and cheap way to convert spoken words into text for deaf students in classrooms, events, and extracurricular activities.

While this type of automatic speech recognition (ASR) technology may be effective for Alexa — to ask your home device to make a grocery list or set a reminder — it is a sub-standard option in educational settings and can have costly repercussions for institutions.

Nuevas Estrategias Para el Cambio del Sistema Dirigido por Personas Sordas con un Nuevo Recurso.

Get Strategies for Deaf-Led System Change with New Resource

New NDC Guide Helps Deaf Youth Get Jobs, Training, and More from Vocational Rehabilitation Services

La Nueva Guía Del Centro Nacional De Sordos (NDC) Ayuda A Los Jóvenes Sordos A Obtener Trabajo, Capacitación Y Más Con Los Servicios De Rehabilitación Vocacional

Support Deaf Student Success in Fall 2020 with New Online Guides from the National Deaf Center

New Resource for Disability Support Professionals: Making Online Learning Accessible for Deaf Students

The hectic, uncertain spring 2020 semester is now over, and schools across the country are adapting to a new normal – one in which online education is increasingly a part of many programs. Disability support offices strive to support faculty and staff while ensuring that education remains equitable and accessible for all students.

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