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    Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability - JPED Volume 30, Issue 2 (2017) - (US)

    Volume 30, Issue 2

    • PASSing College: A Taxonomy for Students with Disabilities in Postsecondary Education
    • The Effects of Professional Development on Universal Design for Instruction on Faculty Perception and Practice
    • Accommodations and Support Services for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD): A National Survey of Disability Resource Providers
    • Breaking Barriers and Building Bridges: Understanding How a Student Organization Attends to the Social Integration of College Students with Disabilities
    • Differences Between Students With and Without Disabilities in College Counseling
    • Double Time? Examining Extended Testing Time Accommodations (ETTA) in Postsecondary Settings
    • Promoting Positive Transition Outcomes: Effective Planning for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Young Adults (Book Review)
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    Kenneth W Tribe Scholarship

    The Deaf Society of NSW awards this scholarship to people who are deaf or have a hearing impairment, for study that will lead to improved employment outcomes. The scholarships are awarded twice yearly and can be up to $5000. Closing dates are the 30th of June and the 31st of December. For more information on applying, please contact: Deaf Society of NSW, Phone toll free: 1800 893 855 Voice 1800 893 885 TTY or Email: info@deafsociety.com

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    Live captions (“subtitles”) in the operating theatre

    Using tablet technology to link the sounds in the operating room to an off-site medical transcriptionist, a hearing impaired medical student is able to "listen" — in real time — to every word uttered by the surgeon performing the operation. Video included.

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    Louisa Alessandri Memorial Fund Scholarship

    The Scholarship is intended to assist a student with a physical, vision or hearing impairment to achieve his or her career aspirations. Funds may be used for a variety of purposes, including course fees, equipment, support, interpreters, transport, etc. Applications close 30 September 2020.

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    Making online learning accessible for deaf students - US

    As a result of COVID-19, more schools are closing and students are continuing their studies online at home. What does that mean for deaf and hard of hearing students? This article about online learning for deaf students is meant to provide tips and suggestions to ensure your child or student’s education continues seamlessly during this time.

  • Article

    Making scientific content accessible using technology

    A table describing tools that can be used to make scientific content accessible.(Developed by the University of Southampton) 

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    NDIS & Further Education Pre-planning Toolkit

    The NDIS Pre-planning Toolkit for people with disability entering Higher Education or Vocational Education and Training is designed to be used before you start a tertiary course at university or with a vocational education and training provider.

    Your disability may mean you require extra support to complete your chosen course to ensure your participation is on the same basis as other students. These booklets will help you identify what supports you may need, who is responsible for providing them and how you can access them.

    There are eight specific resources for the most prevalent disability types accessing further education and training. 

    (Published 2018)

  • Article

    NDIS Pre-planning Toolkit for people who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing entering Higher Education or Vocational Education and Training

    This NDIS Pre-planning Toolkit is for people who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing entering Higher Education or Vocational Education and Training. Your disability may mean you require extra support to complete your chosen course to ensure your participation is on the same basis as other students. This booklet will help you identify what supports you may need, who is responsible for providing them and how you can access them. (Published 2018)

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    National Deaf Center on Post-secondary Outcomes - US

    The National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes (NDC) supports postsecondary success for deaf people.

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    National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes - US

    The National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes (NDC) is a technical assistance and dissemination center that provides evidence-based strategies to deaf individuals, family members, and professionals at the local, state, and national levels with the goal of closing education and employment gaps for deaf individuals.