RADSCC - Resources


For Faculty

Classroom Tips
Deaf Culture Tip Sheet
Presenter's Tips
RIT New Faculty
Working with C-Print®
Reference Librarian for Deaf Studies
The Teach2Connect web site provides strategies for fostering collaboration among deaf, hard-of-hearing, and hearing students.

Captioning Resources

Captioning Guidelines for Faculty
Captioning Information for Students
These guidelines are the result of benchmark research and collaboration among a number of units on campus as part of the on-going work conducted by the Provost's Deaf Access Committee.

To request captioning for your media, fill out the Wallace Center's Media Request Form.

To learn more, please watch an important video message at :

Provost's Message on Why RIT Captions Media (closed captioned)

Provost's Message on Why RIT Captions Media (open captioned)

For Deaf/HH Students

The Department of Access Services is partnering with MyCourses to offer students some exciting new online resources. The Access Services Resource for the RIT Community site can be found via MyCourses under the Communities tab heading. It now will feature access information for the RIT Deaf and hard-of-hearing communities regarding interpreting services, C-print, and note-taking.

Each DAS service description will be accompanied by a video in ASL, making the website more accessible for Deaf and hard-of-hearing students.

Faculty who teach Deaf and hard-of-hearing students can benefit from information on the Teach2Connect site.

MyCourses will also include information about the various other support services offered by RIT.

Captioning Information for Students

TRIPOD Legacy Archive

The archivists at NTID and RIT’s Wallace Library have created this on-line archive as a resource for all who care about the quality of deaf education – parents, students, teachers and administrators.

Go to TRIPOD Legacy Archive