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May 17th is Global Accessibility Awareness Day! Learn more about the origin of the day and events across the country on Global Accessibility Awareness Day’s website.
Wheelchairs with protest signs
Students from Disability Empowerment for Yale, or DEFY, put up a display of wheelchairs and signs in the Morse College courtyard on Wednesday morning to protest the lack of...
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As a molecular biophysics and biochemistry major, Yale sophomore Brennan Carman has encountered websites and online course materials that relay scientific information via...
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Creating a more accessible Yale is one of my goals as president. Digital accessibility — which means making our websites and web applications available to the broadest range...
Jessica Tanner, instructor of the new ASL course at Yale, is shown signing in class.
Yale is now offering its first ever American Sign Language class — an immersion course in which students are expected to communicate entirely in sign.
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Yale has adopted a new policy requiring university websites and web applications to be accessible to people with disabilities. The Web Accessibility Policy (officially Policy...
DiversAbility and Yale Veterans Network Winter Social
Join DiversAbility at Yale (DAY) and Yale Veterans Network (YVN) on Thursday, February 15 for a great opportunity to meet new friends, socialize, and network. Enjoy games,...