The Grammar Disc is a multi-media learning resource in Auslan to assist deaf learners to improve their English in relation to employment.
The National Disability Coordination Officer Program (NDCO) website provides information for young people with a disability who are moving from school into tertiary education in Australia. It has information for the students, parents and teachers.
The ACE DisAbility Network website has information and resources for both learners and teaching staff about Adult Community Education (ACE) in Victoria.
The Ohio Literacy Resource Center, based at Kent State University in the USA, operates the ABLE for the Deaf Adult Learner website which has information to support teachers to know what to do and how to teach when there is a deaf adult in their classrooms. Resources include: instructional strategies, curriculum guides, sociological and psychological problems that comes with being deaf, and accommodations for deaf learners.
The Australian Disability Clearinghouse on Education and Training website provides useful information and strategies for teachers.
Information about notetaking for deaf students (PDF), as well as a useful assessment tool about notetaking are available from the RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology) in the USA site.
Information about deafness and hearing loss from RNID (Royal National Institute for Deaf People) in the UK.
RNID in the UK lists multiple resources that can be purchased.
earinfo.com is a US based site that provides information on hearing aids.
The Boys Town National Research Hospital is a US based site that provides information about communication using auditory training, speech and technology.
Information on the Disability Standards for Education (2005) from the Attorney General’s Department in Canberra.
The Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center provides multiple links relating to information about deafness, communication choices, technology, educational needs as well as information on student transition to tertiary education.