Resources for Faculty
The DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) at the University of Washington, Faculty Room is a space for faculty and administrators at postsecondary institutions to learn about how to create classroom environments and activities that maximize the learning of all students, including those with disabilities. It includes six primary areas that address issues faced by postsecondary educators
- Accommodation Strategies: Strategies for creating or modifying academic environments that maximize the learning of students with a wide range of abilities and disabilities.
- Rights and Responsibilities: The rights and responsibilities of faculty, campus services, and students with disabilities regarding academic accommodations.
- Faculty Resources: Resources to help instructors more fully include students with disabilities in course activities.
- Interactive Faculty Presentations: Videotapes and interactive presentations designed especially for postsecondary educators.
- DO-IT Prof: Information about the DO-IT Prof project, the sponsor of The Faculty Room.
- Resources for Staff and Administrators: Resources for staff and administrators who support faculty in making their academic offerings accessible to students with disabilities.
Job Accommodations Network
Many students with learning disabilities entering college have not experimented with various types of academic accommodations beyond testing modifications. The Job Accommodations Network is a wonderful resource to tap into for ideas on how various types of limitations (e.g., writing, reading, math, concentration, memory, time management) can be accommodated. Call JAN at 1-800-526-7234 or check out their information on the web.