Category: accessibility

How to Support Your Students with ADHD (Duke University)

While Duke’s Student Disability Access Office can help students in need of accommodations and the Academic Resource Center can provide one-on-one learning consultants to help students develop learning strategies, instructors can also mindfully design their courses to be inclusive. Below are some strategies that will help you think about how to do so, keeping in mind some particular strategies to support students with ADHD.

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Accommodating all learners and creating accessible online classrooms (AACU)

Dec 11, 2020, on the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AACU) Blog Melissa A. Parenti and Jennifer Pope Frawley As many institutions continue to transition from in-person to online learning environments, it is important that college faculty consider the needs of all types of learners—including students with visible and invisible disabilities, first-time online learners, … Continue reading Accommodating all learners and creating accessible online classrooms (AACU)

Your Questions, Answered

This post is adapted from National Deaf Center’s Your Questions, Answered page. As a reminder, for help at Iowa State University: Contact the Student Accessibility Services staff at 515-294-7220 or email accessibility@iastate.edu Or, if you have a pedagogical question, contact CELT at 515-294-5357 or email celt@iastate.edu. How can I add live-stream captioning within online meetings (Zoom or … Continue reading Your Questions, Answered

Remember Accessibility in the Rush to Online Instruction

This post is adapted from National Deaf Center’s Your Questions, Answered page. As a reminder, for help at Iowa State University: Contact the Student Accessibility Services staff at 515-294-7220 or email accessibility@iastate.edu Or, if you have a pedagogical question, contact CELT at 515-294-5357 or email celt@iastate.edu. 10 Tips for Educators These ten tips from the National Deaf … Continue reading Remember Accessibility in the Rush to Online Instruction

Student Accommodations During a Disruption

To find out how best to help our students with disabilities during a disruption, review ISU’s Student Accessibility Service’s Message Regarding COVID-19 page. We understand that the shift from a face-to-face to a virtual course, may not automatically include all the access needs for every student. Nevertheless, the Office of Student Accessibility Services (SAS) is … Continue reading Student Accommodations During a Disruption