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The Disability and Employment Community of Practice is an online learning destination for public workforce system staff and partners, jobseekers, community-based organizations, grantees, and the business sector, who provide services and programs to people with disabilities and/or other challenges to employment. It is a “one-stop-shop” venue for workforce practitioners to find or share high quality information about how to better provide integrated, seamless, and accessible services and programs to people with disabilities and/or other challenges to employment.

eFedLink is designed to support all federal managers and human resources personnel, to advance the hiring and advancement of persons with disabilities in the federal government.Within this website, you will find tools to assist with  finding just the right web and agency resources to support your efforts, interactive features for online discussions, document and media sharing among members,  email messaging to other users of the website, and strategic planning and progress development for hiring and advancement. eFedLink.org is managed by the National Technical Assistance, Policy, and Research Center for Employers on Employment of People with Disabilities funded to Cornell University by the U.S. Department of Labor Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP).

The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) will provide federal protection from genetic discrimination in health insurance and employment.

Documents in the National Archives give voice to our national struggle for personal rights and freedoms. From the Emancipation Proclamation to the five cases that comprised Brown v. Board of Education, this exhibit features a sampling of documents from all regions of the National Archives.

Information for students, schools, and anyone interested in finding resources on how to respond to and prevent sexual assault on college and university campuses and in our schools. Click explore to find a crisis service, learn more about your rights and how to file a complaint, and view a map of resolved school-level enforcement activities.

The ADR Guide provides an overall picture of how the most common forms of ADR are being implemented in Federal agencies.  It summarizes a number of current ADR programs (including alternative discipline programs), and it includes descriptions of shared neutrals programs where agencies have collaborated to reduce the costs of ADR.  It provides a listing of training and resources available from Federal and non-Federal sources. It also provides selected ADR-related web sites.  The information in the Guide will be helpful in exploring the feasibility and appropriateness of implementing alternative dispute resolution programs in your organization or enhancing the one you may have now.

Provides free educational materials to teachers and other school practitioners in the U.S. and Canada. Our self-titled magazine is sent to 450,000 educators twice annually, and tens of thousands of educators use our free curricular kits.

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University of Missouri - ADA Coordinator Training Certification Program

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Free Online University Courses

A number of different initiatives are offering university-level education for free. Class Central aggregates these free online courses or MOOCs (Massive Open Online Course). Some of the bigger initiatives covered by Class Central are as follows: Coursera, Udacity, and EdX.

Coursera is a social entrepreneurship company that partners with the top universities in the world to offer courses online for anyone to take, for free. Classes offered on Coursera are designed to help you master the material. When you take one of their classes, you will watch lectures taught by world-class professors, learn at your own pace, test your knowledge, and reinforce concepts through interactive exercises. When you join one of the classes, you'll also join a global community of thousands of students learning alongside you.

EdX offers interactive online classes and MOOCs from the world’s best universities. Online courses from MITx, HarvardX, BerkeleyX, UTx and many other universities. Topics include biology, business, chemistry, computer science, economics, finance, electronics, engineering, food and nutrition, history, humanities, law, literature, math, medicine, music, philosophy, physics, science, statistics and more. EdX is a non-profit online initiative created by founding partners Harvard and MIT.

Learn a new language. Study Shakespeare. Discover the cosmos. It’s all possible on iTunes U, home to more than 500,000 free lectures, videos, books, and other resources on thousands of subjects. Among the hundreds of colleges, universities, and elementary and high schools on iTunes U, you’ll find Stanford, Yale, MIT, Oxford, and UC Berkeley, along with other distinguished institutions such as MoMA, the New York Public Library, and more.

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Updated: Tuesday, January 5, 2016
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