The CSU Accessible Technology Initiative 

The Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI) reflects the California State University's (CSU) ongoing commitment to provide access to information resources and technologies to individuals with disabilities.

Online Training Materials

Hidden/Invisible Disabilities” Online faculty instructional module offered by the University of Hawaii’s Students with Disabilities as Diverse Learners (SDDL) project.

Other Online Resources

Disability History Museum: Searchable collections of documents on a variety of subjects related to the experiences of persons with a disability in the US. Also offers several lesson modules on specific topics in American history.

Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking and Technology (DO-IT): Faculty Room. Probably the single most useful site for a wide spectrum of disability-related topics for post-secondary faculty.

Invisible Disabilities and Postsecondary Education.” Produced by DO-IT, this 18-minute video features students with a range of invisible disabilities, discusses the process of arranging for accommodations, and introduces the universal design approach to course construction.

Making your Teaching Inclusive: A website of The Open University, UK, with a focus on removing barriers for students with a disability.

United Spinal Association, “Disability Etiquette: Tips on Interacting with People with Disabilities” (PDF).

University of California at Berkeley, Disabled Students Program. “Suggestions on Teaching Students with Disabilities.” This link takes you to the general recommendations section of the page, then proceeds to address a variety of specific types of disability. Links at the top of the page give access to each topic.

Updated: July 18, 2023