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Providing Access for Students with Disabilities. By: Holly Zuckerman – Access Coordinator. Goals. Introduce you to who we are and what we do. Explain why we do what we do. Share how we can help you and your students . Give you tips on what you can do to make your class accessible. Our Staff.

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providing access for students with disabilities

Providing Access forStudents with Disabilities

By: Holly Zuckerman – Access Coordinator

goals
Goals
  • Introduce you to who we are and what we do.
  • Explain why we do what we do.
  • Share how we can help you and your students.
  • Give you tips on what you can do to make your class accessible.
our staff
Our Staff

http://www.utc.edu/disability-resource-center/profiles/

why we are here
Why We Are Here
  • Law: Title II of the ADA
    • http://www.ada.gov/t2hlt95.htm
  • Liability may rest with individuals and/or the institution as a whole.
  • We’re the experts!
the accommodation process
The Accommodation Process
  • Always begins with disclosure by the student.
    • Accommodation Letter
  • Student’s right to exercise.
  • “Student Responsibility Model” holds students accountable for accommodation process.
most common accommodations
Most Common Accommodations
  • Extended testing time
  • Testing in a distraction reduced environment
  • Use of a digital recorder/note taker in class
  • Alternative text format
  • Priority seating
  • Use of laptop/tablet in class
  • C-Print captioning/captioned media
  • Priority registration
process for exam accommodations
Process for Exam Accommodations
  • Proctor Form
    • http://www.utc.edu/disability-resource-center/pdfs/proctorform2013.pdf
  • Students must submit 3 days prior to exam date
  • More information regarding responsibilities and procedures
    • http://www.utc.edu/disability-resource-center/current-students/testing-information.php
drc resources
DRC Resources
  • Alt. text formatting
  • In-house captioning of all types of media
  • Braille embossing
  • Adaptive technology software
  • Smart Pens
  • Digital recorders
  • Fully accessible computer lab
  • More!
universal design
Universal Design
  • What is it?

http://www.washington.edu/doit/Resources/udesign.html

  • How can you implement it?

Be Proactive!

questions
Questions?

Contact us anytime!

425-4006