Ohio State University's Partnership Grant - Fast Facts for Faculty - Information briefs designed to help college and university instructors improve the climate and quality of education for students with disabilities.
DO-IT: Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking and Technology – The international DO-IT Center promotes the success of individuals with disabilities in post-secondary education and careers, using technology as an empowering tool.
The AccessText Network - Helps college students with print disabilities by connecting their disability service offices with leading textbook publishers to obtain electronic files. These files are used to create accessible versions of textbooks. Students are encouraged to join the AccessText mailing list to receive future announcements on student resources. If you are a student interested in receiving alternative (electronic) textbooks in college, contact the disability service provider at your college to see if they are an AccessText member. Please Note: You must meet the qualification of having a print-related (ex. mobility, visual and/or reading) disability in order to receive AccessText services.
Bookshare™ - Provides the world’s largest online library of accessible reading materials for people with print disabilities. Individuals can sign up for membership and access the library on their own. Organizations that serve individuals with print disabilities can sign up and provide access to their students or clients. Bookshare™ membership offers unlimited access to accessible books, textbooks, newspapers and magazines.