The Shift to Online Life Creates Opportunity, and Challenges, for Deaf People

Madison College Embraces Change for #DeafSuccess

Effective Tools for Talking About Accommodations with Deaf Students

As colleges, universities, and training programs get ready for the fall semester, it’s time to check in with deaf students about their accommodations.

Strategies for Reopening from Disability Service Professionals

Making Online Events Accessible for Deaf Participants

Get the Ins and Outs of Accommodations on NDC's New Accommodations 101 Page

Accommodations are not one-size-fits-all, and are as varied as deaf people themselves. But that doesn’t mean that finding the right combination of accommodations needs to be difficult or confusing.

Viral Video Reveals Deaf Student Experiences: Why Attitudes Matter

"She's not paying attention; she's not trying!"

A college professor in California recently sparked a national controversy with these words, shouted at a hard of hearing student in their class when the student failed to respond in what the professor believed was an appropriate amount of time.

Teaching Deaf Students Online: New 2-Hour Course Can Help Educators Learn the Basics

With the rapid shift to online learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more essential than ever to expand your teaching toolbox to make online classes fully accessible — especially for students who are deaf or have diverse educational needs.

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

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The Significance of Harvard’s Settlement on Video Accessibility

Recently, Harvard University settled a class action lawsuit filed in 2015 by the National Association of the Deaf (NAD). The case revolved around the lack of captioning for Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). NAD also sued the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for similar reasons and that case is still being litigated.

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