New Resource for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students
According to the National Deaf Center of Postsecondary Outcomes, deaf and hard of hearing students are more likely to take online courses. This preference could be due to the flexibility of setting up their accommodations like online captioning and ASL interpreters.
Despite the benefits of online courses, there are still challenges for deaf and hard of hearing students.
Our guide helps deaf and hard of hearing students learn about online accommodations colleges offer to comply with the American Disabilities Act, popular listening devices and applications, and scholarships. We also provide a list of the 5 best colleges for students with hearing disabilities as well as additional helpful resources.
You can view Intelligent.com’s guide here: https://www.intelligent.com/deaf-and-hard-of-hearing-student-online-college-guide/.