As videos are added to our media library, they will be uploaded and available to view. Simply select the TV show or Program videos of choice below to learn more.
Access for All Supports and Services in Your Community
Access for All - Supports and Services in Your Community is a TV talk show hosted by the Center for Excellence in Disabilities and the West Virginia Library Television Network.
One 30 minute episode is filmed a month and addresses a new disability related topic. Each episode is aired four times a week on the West Virginia Library Television Network and is sent to other local cable stations around the state. After each show is taped, it will be uploaded to this website for people to view. It is also available on the CED's YouTube Channel.
Public Transit Drivers Training Video for Adults with Autism
This video is available to help public transit providers work with adult riders with autism who may be riding the bus to access recreation, employment or community resources and services. The video was commissioned by the WV Division of Public Transit, and was developed by WVATS in partnership with PATHS, Inc.
Autism - Doctors on Call
About one million American children have autism. How can we help them? What kind of treatment and intervention options are best for the condition? Two experts have the answers to those questions and more in this episode of Doctors on Call
Assistive Technology and Agriculture Safety Videos
Farming is one of the nation's most worthwhile yet dangerous professions. Farmers and farm families work long hours to cultivate the soil and produce healthy food for everyone. WV AgrAbility wants to help farmers with and without disabilities to raise livestock and plow their fields more safely.
The MERLOT ELIXR Initiative offers a digital case story repository that hosts more than 70 discipline-specific multimedia stories. Digital stories for faculty development can provide real-life experiences of exemplary teaching strategies and the process of implementing them. These digital case stories can be used freely in faculty development programs and also accessed by individual instructors.