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:
People with disabilities > Employment
People with disabilities > Economic conditions
People with disabilities > Social conditions
People with disabilities > United States > Statistics
People with visual disabilities
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.
UNT ODA: Office of Disability Access [website]
UNT Websites with Tips:
UNT CLEAR Accessibility Resources For Teaching Online [website]
Commemorative Days and Months: