Websites about/for those with disabilities
ADDitude is a magazine, community, and website that provides strategies and support for individuals affected by Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
This website gives individuals with reading barriers access to a vast collection of e-books.
CHADD offers information, support, and advocacy for people affected by Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
The goal of this organization is to ensure that educational material is accessible and available for individuals with all types of disabilities.
The Learning Disabilities Association of America is the largest non-profit volunteer organization advocating for the learning disabled.
Learn about dyslexia and access resources for individuals, families, and professionals. In addition, track progress on dyslexia legislation.
The National Center for Learning Disabilities presents information about programs, advocacy, reports, and studies specific to individuals with learning disabilities.
This Braille Authority of America website provides guidance on the Nemeth Braille code, which is used for encoding mathematical notation.
OpenDyslexic provides a free typeface software designed for individuals with dyslexia to help with crowding, letter confusion or rotation and contrast/blindness.
Convert documents into accessible formats such as Braille, mp3, and e-books with this online tool.
Teaching LD is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving educational outcomes for students with learning disabilities.
This website provides general information about existing laws in the U.S. relating to disabilities, how these laws are enforced, and technical assistance materials.
Use this app to transform text to speech. This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
The Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity shares helpful strategies for lessening the intensity of common math struggles students with dyslexia face.
Websites on teaching statistics
CAUSE strives to support the advancement of undergraduate statistics education through professional development, outreach, research and the dissemination of resources.
Open Stats Lab is a website that provides primary resources for teaching statistics, specifically real data from research papers.
This article, written by Jonathan R. Godfrey and M. Theodor Loots, reviews the usefulness of four statistical software packages- R, SAS, SPSS, and Minitab- for blind users.
This site provides resources and information relating to teaching research methods and statistics in psychology.
The goal of this site is to provide Internet resources to support statistics education.
This organization is dedicated to promoting, protecting and advancing scientific psychology.