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Examples of Accommodations

Examples of Academic Accommodations:

Low Vision:

  • Class assignments made available in electronic format;
  • Computer equipped to enlarge screen characters and images.

Blindness:

  • Audio-taped, electronic or Brailed lecture notes, handouts, and texts;
  • Raised-line drawings and tactile models of graphic materials;
  • Class assignments made available in electronic format;
  • Computer with optical character reader, voice output, Braille screen display and printer output.

Deaf/Hard of Hearing:

  • Interpreter, "real-time" captioner, TypeWell transcriber, FM system, note taker;
  • Face turned toward student when speaking; use of visual aids;
  • Written assignments;
  • Use of electronic mail for class;
  • Private discussions.

Learning Disability:

  • Note takers and/or audio-taped class sessions;
  • Extra exam time, alternative testing arrangements;
  • Audio-taped or electronic texts;
  • Visual, aural, and tactile demonstrations incorporated into instruction;
  • Computer with voice output, input, spell checker, and grammar checker.

Mobility:

  • Note takers and/or lab assistants; group lab assignments;
  • Classrooms, labs, and field trips in accessible locations only;
  • Adjustable tables; lab equipment located within reach;
  • Class assignments made available in electronic format;
  • Computer equipped with special input device (e.g., voice input, alternative keyboard).

Health:

  • Note takers;
  • Flexible attendance requirements and extra exam time;
  • Assignments made available in electronic format.

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