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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 deaf and hard of hearing viewers, and audio description makes visual content
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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.
The 4 P’s: Marketing Strategies
The Art Assignment: Top 40 Art Reflections
The Brain Scoop: The Replicator
The Career Path Less Taken
The Dream Share Project
The Teen Files Flipped: High School Dropout
Tough Interview Questions And The Answers Managers Want
Two Cents: Do You Really Wanna Be Your Own Boss?
Uno Dos of Trace: Museums Are Filled With Dead Animals. How Are They So Lifelike?
Violence in the Workplace: Reduce the Risk
What Type Of Person Am I? Personality And Careers
What Will I Say At The Interview?
Wild Chronicles: Wildfire Firefighters
Women in Biotech: STEAM Leadership Series
Women@NASA: Cynthia Bixby
Women@NASA: Donna Lawson
Women@NASA: Dottie Metcalf-Lindenburger
Women@NASA: Dr. Hashima Hasan
Women@NASA: Gail Villanueva
Women@NASA: Jennifer Keyes
Women@NASA: Karen Bibb
Women@NASA: Kate McMurty
Women@NASA: Latonia Kirksey
Women@NASA: Loria West
Women@NASA: Madhulika Guhathakurta
Women@NASA: Mai Lee Chang
Women@NASA: Maria Revlett
Women@NASA: Mary Beth Wusk
Women@NASA: Maynette Smith
Women@NASA: Meg Nazario
Women@NASA: Misty Davies
Women@NASA: Nanette Jennings
Women@NASA: Robin Henderson
Women@NASA: Tarrie Hood
Women@NASA: Toni Mumford
Women@NASA: Tuesday Dodson
Women@NASA: Vickie Gutierrez
Work Ethic: A Commitment to Work
Working Together: Professionalism 101
You're the Boss: Financing, Branding, and Regulations
You're the Boss: Looking Ahead--Exiting Your Business
You're the Boss: Managing Your Business--Prices, Finances, and Staffing
You're the Boss: Planning Your Business--Research, Goals, and Business Plans
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