AuthorBehling, Kirsten T.
Bellemore, Eileen H.
Bibeau, Lisa B.
Cioffi, Andrew S.
McNamee, Bridget A.
GroupStudent Accessibility and Academic Resource (StAAR) Center (Tufts University)
Association of American Medical Colleges
Salem State University
SubjectStudents with disabilities--Services for
Communication in services for people with disabilities
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DescriptionDisability Service Providers are increasingly navigating requests from students to study remotely. The process below outlines what a DSO might do if they determine that this is an appropriate accommodation. Notice the second layer of diligence with the larger committee. This can be used as a model on your campuses.
CitationBehling, Kirsten T., Eileen H. Bellemore, Lisa B. Bibeau, Andrew S. Cioffi, and Bridget A. McNamee. 8.4 The Process for Navigating Remote Access Accommodation. Philadelphia: Temple University Libraries, 2023.
Citation to related workBehling, Kirsten T., Eileen H. Bellemore, Lisa B. Bibeau, Andrew S. Cioffi, and Bridget A. McNamee. Disability Services in Higher Education: An Insider’s Guide. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2023.
Available at: https://tupress.temple.edu/books/disability-services-in-higher-education
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