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Accommodating Deaf Students in a University Classroom

Explains for professors about accommodating deaf students in a university classroom. Also explains accommodating blind students.
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Explains how to accommodate the needs of students who are either blind or deaf in a university classroom. The first section guides professors on accommodating students who are blind or have low vision. The second section is about accommodating deaf students in a university classroom. The final section explains accommodations that can be used with students of all types of disabilities. Although this is for professors at a U.S. university, most of the content is relevant for teachers at any level of education at any school.

This PDF file is partly accessible for people using screen reading software, except that images do not use alternative text to describe them. The only image is the logo for the Disability Services office at Slippery Rock University.

Also see other resources on teaching deaf university students.

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