Are you reaching all your learners?
Approximately 1 in 5 of college-age students have been diagnosed with some type of disability. While some students receive accommodations, not all students have the ability or desire to disclose their disability. Some may not be able to afford the testing required for documentation. Others may feel stigmatized or reject having a label applied to them.
The ATAC can show you how to use technology to engage all your learners. We have experience using teaching tools you already know. Matched with the principals of Universal Design for Learning, we can help you ensure that each student realizes their full potential.
Our consultants can help you with:
- Assessing your existing course for accessibility concerns
- Developing a remediation plan, including timelines
- Coordinating resources for materials remediation, including text, audio and video
Received an accommodation request?
The experienced consultants at the ATAC can also assist with requests for accommodations that faculty have received from campus disability services offices.
Request a consultation to meet with one of our professionals and learn how to design a more inclusive course today.