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Disabilities, Opportunites, Internetworking, and Technology (DO-IT)

Last Update:11/17/2017
Contact:Sheryl Burgstahler
Title:Director
Address:University of Washington
Box 354842
Seattle, WA 98195
County:Nationwide
Phone:206-685-3648
Toll Free:888-972-3648
Fax:206-221-4171
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E-Mail:
Website:www.washington.edu/doit
Mission

DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) serves to

  • increase the success of people with disabilities in challenging academic programs and careers.
  • promote the application of universal design to physical spaces, information technology, instruction, and services.
  • freely distribute publications and videos for use in presentations, exhibits, and the classroom.
  • provide resources for students with disabilities, K-12 educators, postsecondary faculty and administrators, librarians, employers, parents, and mentors.
Program Description

DO-IT's online resources facilitate communication and provide access to research and information on a wide variety of topics.

To discuss issues pertaining to individuals with disabilities in their pursuit of science, engineering, mathematics, and other high-tech academic programs and careers, subscribe to the doitsem discussion list at
http://mailman.u.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo/doitsem/

For more information about DO-IT programs, to find publications and training materials, or to view videos, visit DO-IT's website
http://www.uw.edu/doit/ or send an email to doit@uw.edu

DO-IT's website focuses on issues for people with disabilities, including universal design; accessible science, technology, engineering, and mathematics; postsecondary education; and careers. DO-IT's print resources, videos, and many presentations are available online.

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