University of California, Berkeley
The Disabled Students Program collection consists of materials created and accumulated by the administrators of the DSP program at the University of California, Berkeley. The collection consists of administrative records, student services, and the Susan O'Hara papers
New York State Historical Documents
Collection includes articles and clippings about the program and its students as well as information about an elevator project, outlines, minutes, architectural plans, photographs, and grant project files
Michigan State University - University Archives and Historical Collections
This collection contains office files from Michigan State University President Peter McPherson, who was president from 1993-2004. The Calendar series contains McPherson office and appointment calendars. Correspondence files contain chronological files as well as topical files of particular importance. Annual reports, research reports, and special reports produced for and by McPherson are in the Reports series. McPherson's annual State of the University addresses and some commencement speeches are in the Speeches series. Subject files contain records about university issues and are further divided specific groups: MSU Committee/Council records, General Files which document a diverse group of important issues and events during McPherson's presidency, External Files which are records of organizations outside MSU in which McPherson participated or were otherwise important to the university. Vice Presidents files contain records of importance administered by the Vice Presidents that were ... Read More
University of California, Berkeley
Ed Roberts tells of his decision to attend the University of California, Berkeley, and living at Cowell Hospital there, his interest in athletics, and his early contact with the California Department of Rehabilitation through its involvement in the Cowell Hospital program; he talks of his first experiences with his electric wheelchair, and being architectural consultant to Arleigh Williams, Dean of Men at UC Berkeley
Marquette University - John P. Raynor Library
Records of the professional organization for people affiliated with Educational Opportunity Programs in the State of Wisconsin, including conference programs, meeting minutes, newsletters, and reports
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Most of these records are from Douglass Hunt's tenure as affirmative action officer (1973-1981) and as compliance officer for Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (1977-1986). They provide considerable documentation of the university's efforts to comply with federal regulations prohibiting discrimination in employment and access to programs. Many of the records relate to the development of affirmative action plans. Included are numerous drafts of the plans, as well as supporting data and supplementary reports. In addition, there are affirmative action statements, which are the official reports of searches for faculty and administrative positions, for the period 1973-2006. There are also files pertaining to complaints of discrimination and inequities and files pertaining to the accessibility of buildings and programs for persons with disabilities. A number of files include correspondence with the United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare, the United States ... Read More
Montgomery County Community College
Part 1 provides definitions for the conditions that indicate a psychological disorder and warrant protection under the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act). This program also examines the guidelines that educational institutions need to establish in quantifying criteria for the determination of psychological disorders, stressing that documentation is critical. Part 2 explores the various types of accommodations often given to college students with psychological disorders and the role of the disability service provider, faculty, and administration. Case studies are provided
University of Delaware - Hugh M. Morris Library
This program addresses issues on increasing the representation of individuals with disabilities in engineering fields. Topics include: the value of diversity in the engineering workplace; the impact of legislation and technology on opening education and careers in engineering to students with disabilities; pipeline interventions for pre-college students; recruitment and retention of undergraduates; assistive technology and other accommodations in the classroom, lab, and worksite; and strategies to increase faculty awareness and resources to teach students who learn in different ways
Ball State University - Bracken Library
The program focuses on many adults with disabilities, especially those with vision and hearing deficits. Beside the presentations of the guests, there are simulations of problems and actual class videotape from the Maryland Correctional Institution (Jessup)


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