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Accommodations

可访问的资源是在澳门银河手机app学院确定为残疾学生提供合理的住宿办公室。我们立足于残疾,功能受限,历史文档的决定,和学生的有关具体需求输入。住宿都旨在确保残疾学生公平的教育经验。

此页面上,你会发现在澳门银河手机app学院最常用的课堂住宿信息。请不要犹豫,联系无障碍资源提供有关这些或其他住宿任何问题或疑虑,你可能有。

Exams

学生记录的残疾可能有资格获得合理的考试住宿。其可被提供给学生包括,但不限于住宿,延长时间(例如,时间和一半或双时间),一个分心减小考试设置,并使用与词处理的计算机的。通常情况下,教师为考试提供的住宿,澳门银河手机app学院不具有检测中心。

Please refer to the guidelines for exam accommodations for additional information.

Note-taking Support

Having access to class notes can be integral to the learning process. All students are encouraged to actively engage in class, and taking notes is one of the many ways this occurs. However, some students with disabilities may need support in taking or accessing class notes. When this is the case, Accessibility Resources collaborates with students approved for note-taking support to explore accommodation options.

Additional information can be found below, as well as in the guidelines for note-taking support.

Recruiting a Student Volunteer to Share Notes

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我写信索要谁愿意与同学分享笔记副本的志愿者。志愿者将不需要做任何超出共享已经采取课堂笔记。

课堂笔记可以提供给学生在几个方面:1)提供票据的复印件; 2)提供无碳纸,使得重复组的笔记取出纸币;本文将通过无障碍的资源来提供; 3)采取了计算机对学生的电子邮件记录。

如果有多个学生志愿者,我会选择一个学生在这个角色服务。所选的学生将需要停止在阿姆斯特朗219可访问资源的办公室作为志愿者注册。可访问的资源会感谢以$ 50.00礼品卡的志愿者在块的结尾。

请让我知道,如果你有兴趣在这个角色服务。我会分享无障碍资源所选志愿者的名字。

 Audio Recorded Class Sessions

谁拥有残疾影响其做笔记能力的学生可以被批准的音频记录类课程。使用此住宿的学生必须让你知道,如果他们打算记录你的类之前,使用录音设备。学生通常使用的智能手机,笔记本电脑,或smartpens(记录类www.livescribe.com).

Students approved for this accommodation sign an agreement with the following stipulations:

1.课堂授课的录音仅限于在研究和准备相关类学生的个人使用,不得分发以任何形式,包括以任何方式在互联网上没有分布或显示。

2.学生不得与任何其他人共享这些录音,此人是否是在学生的班级。

3.当学生录音类会议为批准的住宿学生将通知教授。

4.根据要求,学生将停止类会话的记录时的录音可能侵犯他人的隐私权。

5.学生同意删除和/或销毁所做的任何录音时,他们不再需要为学生的学术工作。

6.学生未能通过本协议的所有条款遵守可被视为违反澳门银河手机app大学学生荣誉和社区标准,并可能导致纪律处分。

7.学生同意,澳门银河手机app学院拥有在录音固有的所有版权,许可和知识产权。

8.谁已获准音频记录类课程作为学生的住宿必须通过电子签名同意这些条款的约束。

可访问的资源认识到,一些教师感到不舒服已经记录了他们的班。如果是这种情况,请不要无障碍资源咨询之前否认住宿。

Copies of PowerPoint slides, etc.

At times, students may experience difficulty keeping up with the pace of a lecture when taking notes, including copying information from PowerPoint or other electronic presentations. Therefore, depending on the nature of the course, it may be appropriate for faculty who use PowerPoint or other electronic means of delivering information to provide copies of slides or other materials to students. Please consult with Accessibility Resources if you have concerns about this accommodation, as we can help to determine if another accommodation is appropriate.

Use of a Computer for Notetaking

Use of a computer with word processing is a notetaking accommodation used by students whose writing is in some way impacted by their disability (e.g., dyslexia and dysgraphia). Students are advised to be considerate when using this accommodation, especially when other students in the class are not allowed to use computers. For example, we ask students to keyboard as quietly as possible and to avoid surfing the internet, checking email, etc.

Accessible Formats of Text

谁具有影响他们的阅读标准打印材料可能有资格课程阅读的无障碍格式的能力残疾学生。可访问的资源会安排这住宿使用的多种格式,包括音频,电子文本,大字本,或盲文。

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Attendance and Extensions

一些学生考勤和作业/考试截止日期为残疾住宿要求的灵活性。这些请求根据具体情况逐案处理。

Accessibility Resources has developed guidelines for attendance accommodations, which are most commonly requested by students with psychological disorders or chronic health conditions. However, rather than going through the process outlined in the guidelines, most students prefer to manage attendance concerns on a case-by-case basis just as any other student who may become ill during a block. If a student is registered with Accessibility Resources, we may be able to verify that the student has a documented psychological disorder or chronic health condition that may impact attendance.

Students with a variety of disabilities may request extensions for out-of-class work. Accessibility Resources never approves this as a “blanket accommodation.” Instead, extensions should be dealt with on a case-by-case basis and in consultation with Accessibility Resources, when needed. Please keep in mind, though, that if you give extensions to students for reasons not related to disability (e.g., the flu, travel for athletics, death in the family), you should give the same consideration to students with disabilities.

Course Substitutions

澳门银河手机app学院认识到,随着残疾的结果,一些学生可能无法满足完成学位课程的具体工作要求。因此,合格的残疾学生可以请求适当 course substitutions 可以考虑。在CC下,最常用的替代要求是针对所有高校外语要求,其中由副教务长批准的情况下,文化课被用于替代。当学生已被批准为一疗程替代无障碍资源将通知顾问。我们通常做这个之前,预注册。

Service Animals and Emotional Support Animals

Lions, and tigers, and bears! Oh, my! Due to fairly recent legal interpretation of the Fair Housing Act (FHA), issues related to animals on college campuses have become more prevalent. What does this mean for CC? It means that students may be allowed to have an emotional support animal living with them in residence halls when there is a nexus between a student’s disability and the need for this accommodation. Therefore, we now have a variety of animals in our residence halls, including dogs, cats, bunnies, rats, birds, and more.

What does this mean for faculty? It means that emotional support animals are restricted from classrooms as they are covered by the FHA, which covers housing only. Therefore, please don't allow students to bring emotional support animals to class. Students sign an agreement that stipulates that emotional support animals may be in a student's residence or outdoors only. Violations of this and other stipulations may result in removal of the animal from campus.

However, students are allowed to bring service animals to class, including those in training. Service animals are covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act and service animals in training are covered by Colorado state law. Service animals are trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities (e.g., guide people who are blind or alert people who are deaf). Service animals are restricted to dogs and miniature horses—but it’s not likely that a student will bring a miniature horse to CC! Please refer to the guidelines for service animals for additional information.

Please contact Accessibility Resources if you have any questions about animals.