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Note-taking

Having access to quality class notes is an integral part of learning.  If writing notes in class is a barrier, a note-taking accommodation may be requested.


Note-taking Designed for All Students:

Design instructional supports for all students which minimizes the need for individual note-taking.  Consider:

Interpreters/CART Writers

If you have a deaf or hard of hearing student enrolled in your course, Disability Resources may schedule a Sign Language Interpreter or Communication Access Real-Time (CART) writer to facilitate communication in your class.


Guidelines for Working with Interpreters/CART Writers:

  • Before classes begin, Disability Resources may inform you that a deaf student is enrolled and an interpreter/CART writer will be in your class.

Interpreters/CART writers:

Attendance Requirements

Students who believe that they cannot adhere to an attendance policy because of circumstances directly related to a disability may seek an accommodation. As with all accommodations, the process for students to initiate a request for attendance accommodations is through Disability Resources. All requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis and in consultation with the course instructor.

What is a Reasonable Accommodation?

The University will provide reasonable accommodation(s) upon request to an otherwise qualified employee or student as required by law. Reasonable accommodations ensure equal access to University employment, educational opportunities, programs, services, and activities in the most integrated setting appropriate to the individual’s needs.  The extent of such accommodation(s) cannot impose an undue hardship upon the University, constitute a fundamental alteration to a program, or compromise academic integrity.

Note-taking

For most students having access to quality notes is an integral part of learning. If writing notes in class is a barrier, a note-taking accommodation may be requested.

Note-taking Designed for All Students:

Design instructional supports for all students which minimizes the need for individual note-taking.

Consider:

My Pearson Labs

Instructions for extending time/due date on a test for one or more students:

Instructions with screen shots (PDF) 

While it is not possible to modify the time allotted for one student in an exam/quiz/activity, there is a work-around to allow for one or more students to have extended time.

1. Go to Course Content--> Add Content from Library.

*Note: The copy must be made in the Content Library.

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