The Kellar Institute for Human DisAbilities (KIHd) has developed a technology enhanced distance education and communication infrastructure that has spawned increasing collaboration, training and technical assistance capacity. Groups across the state can meet and work without traveling using the KIHd created Virtual Collaboration Center (VCC). This had led to the development of many programs that use distance education.
Online Course Development
Grant funding supports the development of engaging and collaborative online courses designed to provide students with quality classes in accessible formats. Courses are delivered by the Division of Special Education & disAbility Research as part of university programs for special educators.