The UNT Office of Disability Access (ODA) website has UNT specific resources and trainings. The Office of Disability Access (ODA) partners with the Multicultural Center to deliver the deaf/Deaf & Hard of Hearing Training and Blind/Visually Impaired Training.
This page includes ways to browse to UNT Libraries collection and get you started with some examples resources. It is not a list of all available resources on these topics. There may be other, more in depth resource guides from the accessibility committee in the future. This guide page only includes ODA-MC partnerships and highlights some example resources at UNT Libraries. Please do consult the official university websites and UNT calendar campus-wide events, or the UNT Bridge website for virtual learning options. You can also visit the Multicultural Center Trainings [website] to learn more about their programs.
Browsing UNT Libraries collection of resources:
One way to browse is by Library of Congress Subject Headings through our UNT Libraries Catalog called Discover.
d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing resources at UNT Libraries can be browsed with headings such as:
UNT Libraries has resources in print and online. If you are looking for something specific Ask Us or contact your Subject Librarian
Sycamore Libraries has government resources. . Feel free to visit them or contact them for specific resources or expert help.
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