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    Design Science - how science communicates - US

    Design Science designs software tools for the education, scientific and publishing communities that need to make math accessible. Their current math authoring tools such as MathType, MathFlow and MathDaisy can all assist students and educators in creating accessible math content.

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    Geography Discipline Network - UK, Inclusive Curriculum Program

    The project is designed to develop, disseminate and embed resources for supporting disabled students studying geography, earth and environmental sciences in higher education and to transfer the generic lessons widely to subject-based academics, educational developers, learning support staff and disability advisors.

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    Image Description Guidelines

    The first part of these Guidelines covers description guidelines that apply to any type of image. The second part covers guidelines for describing images within specific types of categories, such as:  Art, Photos & Cartoons; Chemistry;  Diagrams;  Graphs; Maps;  Mathematics and Tables.  Guidelines developed by the DIAGRAM center and National Center for Accessible Media at (NCAM).

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    Inclusive, Accessible, Archaeology - UK

    This UK Practice Guide developed by the Higher Education Academy provides guidelines for including disabled students in archaeology fieldwork training. These are partly based on the observations of the project team, but the main sources of information were the experiences of Archaeology Departments, and disabled archaeology students and professional archaeologists. The guidelines contain details of a self-evaluation tool kit developed by the project team which can be used by all students to identify and track their developing archaeological and transferable skills. Practical advice on making excavations accessible to the visiting general public is also provided.

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    STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) Disability - UK

    Providing support for actual and aspiring disabled students, their teachers and for disabled workers in science, technology, engineering and maths.

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    Supporting STEM students with dyslexia - UK

    The Institute Of Physics has produced Supporting STEM students with dyslexia, to enable all those in STEM Higher Education to understand better the impact of dyslexia in the STEM learning environment. The guide contains good practice examples and case studies to help those teaching STEM subjects to make simple adjustments to their practice, benefiting all students and not just those with dyslexia.

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    Writing Guidelines for Engineering and Science Students - US

    These guidelines for engineering writing and scientific writing are designed to help students communicate their technical work. They contain advice, models, and exercises for common writing and speaking assignments in engineering and science