Families and school personnel (including those in training) who have at least one student with a disability can sign up for free membership.
Standards-aligned videos with high-quality captions and audio description.
Create lessons and assign videos to managed Student Accounts.
Educator and sign language training videos for school personnel and families.
Find resources for providing equal access in the classroom, making
media accessible, and maximizing your use of DCMP's free services.
DCMP's Learning Center provides hundreds of articles on topics such as remote learning, transition, blindness, ASL, topic playlists, and topics for parents.
DCMP offers the only guidelines developed for captioning and describing educational media, used worldwide.
Learn how to apply for membership, find and view accessible media, and use DCMP’s teaching tools.
DCMP offers several online courses, including many that offer RID and ACVREP credit. Courses for students are also available.
Asynchronous, online classes for professionals working with students who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind, low vision, or deaf-blind.
For interpreters, audio describers, parents, and educators working with students who are hard of hearing, low vision, and deaf-blind.
Modules are self-paced, online trainings designed for professionals, open to eLearners and full members.
These self-paced, online learning modules cover the topics of transition, note-taking, and learning about audio description.
DCMP can add captions, audio description, and sign language interpretation to your educational videos and E/I programming.
Captions are essential for viewers who are deaf and hard of hearing, and audio description makes visual content accessible for the blind and visually impaired.
DCMP can ensure that your content is always accessible and always available to children
with disabilities through our secure streaming platforms.
DCMP partners with top creators and distributors of educational content. Take a look
The DCMP provides services designed to support and improve the academic
achievement of students with disabilities. We partner with top educational
and television content creators and distributors to make media accessible and available
to these students.
Talking Jobs: How Do I Decipher the Job Market?
Talking Jobs: How Do I Figure Out What I Want to Do?
Talking Jobs: What Are the Most Essential Skills for the Job Seeker?
Talking Jobs: Why Should I Care About Workplace Culture?
Teaching Media Literacy in the Classroom: Bringing Media Literacy to Life in the Classroom
Teaching Media Literacy in the Classroom: Using School Resources to Make Media Literacy Happen
Teaching Media Literacy in the Classroom: Why Is Media Literacy Important?
Understanding the IEP Process: The Basics of an ETR
Understanding the IEP Process: The Basics of an IAT
Understanding the IEP Process: The Basics of an IEP
Understanding the IEP Process: The Basics of Progress Monitoring
Working Remotely With Early Elementary Learners: Assessing Standards in a Remote Learning Setting
Working Remotely With Early Elementary Learners: Engaging Parents & Caregivers With Remote Learning
Working Remotely With Early Elementary Learners: Engaging Students in Remote Learning
Working Remotely With Early Elementary Learners: Ohio Learning Standards Using Remote Learning
Working Remotely With Early Elementary Learners: Remote Learning Strategy
Working Remotely With Early Elementary Learners: Summary of Remote Learning (Kindergarten-Grade 3)
Funding provided by the Department of Education
Administered by the National Association of the Deaf