Explore Deafverse resources for deaf youth here! Each World in Deafverse has additional resources to support game play and skills development in the classroom, including workbooks for players and curriculum guides for teachers. Resources for World Two are coming soon!

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Several pages from the Deafverse players guide.

Player Strategy Guide

Are you playing Deafverse? This guide for players helps you choose your own future based on what you are learning during the game!

Several pages from the Deafverse players guide.

Teacher Strategy Guide

Are you a teacher? Find out about how you can use Deafverse in your classroom with our Teacher Strategy Guide!

Accessibility Guide

Get more access to Deafverse with transcripts, visual descriptions, and tips to adjust the game’s settings.

Black & white comic book cover image with "NATIONAL DEAF CENTER" on a black bar across the top and a tab on the left holding the NDC logo. In smaller text over tab: "World One SELF-ADVOCACY". The Deafverse logo follows showing the word "DEAF" entering a electric portal on the left and "VERSE" exiting out from the right. Scene depicted shows two catbots, robots that look like cats, flying midair using jets from their legs and fighting. One catbot looks beat up with broken pieces and exposed wires while the other is cleaner and more well-maintained. They hover over a city street scene that shows people on the sidewalks looking up, buildings lining the streets, and trees and a river in the background. Shadows on the street spell out the words "DUEL OF THE BOTS".

Deafverse Coloring Pages

Encourage players to print these coloring pages and have fun while thinking about their life after high school.

Deafverse logo atop a box labeled "Choose your Future! Activity Kit...With pages from the Player Strategy Guide for Deafverse World One: Duel of the Bots".

Choose Your Future! Activity Kit

Encourage players to think about getting ready for life after high school. Use this kit to discuss their strengths, interests, and needs. Then empower them to decide on goals that align with those personal preferences.

#DeafSuccess Video Gallery

Our #DeafSuccess video gallery is also available to view real-life stories shared by deaf people. These stories offer practical tips and discussion points to share with deaf youth.

Media Resources

Our GIFs, wallpapers, and other fun downloads and embeds!

National Deaf Center logo.

Additional Resources at the National Deaf Center

Find additional resources at National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes’ (NDC) main website that offers support to educators, players, their families and other professionals.​

Self-Determination Inventory

Self-determination is about acting or causing things to happen in your life so that you can reach your goals. There are three parts to it: decide, act, and believe. People who are self-determined are good problem solvers because they figure out how to reach goals at school, work, and home, even when they run into problems. Visit the ASL-accessible assessment at NDC’s self-determination page now to learn more.