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This page contains links to outside research, teaching, and general resources related to Disability and Accessibility Studies.
Teaching and Instruction Resources - UW
Teaching and Instruction Resources - General
Society of Disability Studies
The Society for Disability Studies (SDS) is a scholarly organization dedicated to promoting disability studies.
Annual Disability Statistics Compendium
Compilation of disability statistics published by federal agencies.
Disability Studies: Information and Resources
Information package containing references for books, articles, periodicals, etc., plus teaching resources for Disability Studies.
Center on Disability Studies
The Center on Disability Studies (CDS), College of Education, University of Hawai`i at Mānoa designs and offers many training programs; provides community-based demonstrations to build local capacity to improve services to individuals with disabilities; and conducts numerous statewide, national, and international dissemination activities.
Disability History Museum
The Disability History Museum aims to provide all site visitors, people with and without disabilities, researchers, teachers and students, with a wide array of tools to help deepen their understanding of human variation and difference, and to expand appreciation of how vital to our common life the experiences of people with disabilities have always been.
The Collection: Oral Histories/Archives
More than 100 oral histories with leaders and shapers of the disability rights and independent living movement from the 1960s onward and an extensive archive of personal papers of activists and records of key organizations. From the Disability Rights and Independent Living Movement.