Overview | Part I: Engaging with the Office of Accessible Education
After a brief introduction by Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and Professor Dr. Harry Elam, Jr., this section features interviews with faculty and OAE staff to answer the following questions:
- You get an Accommodation Letter from a student, now what do you do?
- What do you do if you have questions about the applicability of recommended accommodations?
- What if a student has a disability, but you don’t get an Accommodation Letter?
- To facilitate the accommodation process, what can faculty do to help?
The Faculty Guide to the Office of Accessible Education video series was designed to be a flexible resource for faculty and staff. Videos can be watched separately to address specific questions or continuously for a more thorough introduction to the OAE and issues related to students with disabilities.
- Part I: Engaging with the Office of Accessible Education [ Runtime - 6:37 ]
- Part II: The Interactive Accommodations Process
- Part III: Balancing Academic Accommodations with Academic Standard
- Part IV: Invisible Disabilities
- Part V: Disability is Diversity