The National Center on Disability and Journalism offers a range of resources for journalists and journalism educators. Click through our resource pages for tips on writing, reporting, publishing and more.

Resources for journalists

A comprehensive list of disability-related organizations that may be useful in reporting on disability and finding sources.

Developing stories
Resources to find relevant story ideas, plus information reporters should weigh in developing disability-related stories.

Tips from expert journalists on data reporting, interviewing sources and more.

Writing and editing
Guidance on choosing the right words when writing about disability.

Publishing accessible content
A collection of tip sheets for publishers and journalists to ensure content is accessible to readers and viewers with certain disabilities.

Resources for educators

Print and broadcast exercises for journalism educators to administer students in class.

Terminology quiz
A quiz to test students on disability terms.