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  • A woman uses DCMP on a tablet.

    How To Make the Most of Your DCMP Membership

    Our tech team has put together simple how-to videos on using DCMP's cool features, including using Roku, interactive transcripts, student accounts, embedding videos, and DCMP's iOS app.

  • 2017 two ounce U.S. stamp with Robert Panara signing "respect."

    Robert Panara honored with US postage stamp

    Robert Panara, professor, poet, historian, drama-club coach, and authority on deaf figures in literature has been honored with a new "Forever" U.S. postage stamp. Watch this DCMP exclusive, Robert Panara: A Profile, by and from Robert Panara.

  • Two skydivers leap from a small airplane. Words: Science Out Loud.

    MIT's Science Out Loud

    Science Out Loud is an original web series hosted and co-written by MIT students on everything from the physics of skydiving to knitting a Mobius scarf (Grades 9-12).

  • Round shapes with the covers of each book.

    Weston Woods' audiovisual adaptations bring outstanding children's picture books to life, and DCMP’s description and captions help make them accessible. Supertruck, The Very First Thanksgiving Day, Groovy Joe: Ice Cream and Dinosaurs, and Hi! Fly Guy (Grades 1-4), and Grace for President (Grades 4-6).

New Media Releases

  • Image from Poppy Cat: Cheese Mountains/Space Monsters

    Poppy Cat: Cheese Mountains/Space Monsters - 2011 - 22 minutes

    Poppy leads her friends on a hot air balloon ride to Cheese Mountain so Alma can practice her French. In their second adventure, Alma reveals she had a dream in which Zuzu was a space monster, and Poppy takes them to outer space in her rocket. Based on the children's book series created by Lara Jones. Part of the "Poppy Cat" series.

  • Image from Phenomenal Professionals: Claudia Gordon, ESQ (Attorney)

    Phenomenal Professionals: Claudia Gordon, ESQ (Attorney) - 2002 - 7 minutes

    Claudia Gordon became deaf from an unknown illness as a child. Today she is an attorney in Washington, DC. She shares her story of becoming an advocate for people. This is a short segment from the "Achieving Goals! Phenomenal Professionals" series.

  • Image from Phenomenal Professionals: Dr. Angel Santiago (Optometrist)

    Phenomenal Professionals: Dr. Angel Santiago (Optometrist) - 2002 - 9 minutes

    Dr. Angel Santiago is a practicing optometrist with a hearing loss. In Puerto Rico, his practice has a unique team of professionals, including a speech therapist and speech pathologist, who specialize in health care for persons with disabilities. This is a short segment from the "Achieving Goals! Phenomenal Professionals" series.

  • Image from Phenomenal Professionals: Dr. Scott Smith, MD, MPH (Pediatrician)

    Phenomenal Professionals: Dr. Scott Smith, MD, MPH (Pediatrician) - 2002 - 10 minutes

    Dr. Scott Smith was diagnosed with profound deafness as an infant. He excelled in school and received a full scholarship to attend East Carolina University. Dr. Smith's love of science and people helped him land a job at the Children's Hospital in Boston where he is a practicing pediatrician. This is a short segment from the "Achieving Goals! Phenomenal Professionals" series.

  • Image from Phenomenal Professionals: Kimberly Dodge, DVM (Veterinarian)

    Phenomenal Professionals: Kimberly Dodge, DVM (Veterinarian) - 2002 - 7 minutes

    Dr. Kimberly Dodge became deaf at the age of eight. She knew she wanted to work with animals by the time she was in eighth grade. Today she is an emergency veterinarian at the Connecticut Veterinary Center. This is a short segment from the "Achieving Goals! Phenomenal Professionals" series.

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