Support for Online Courses
Information Regarding Accommodations for Online Classes
As the University transitions from in person classes to virtual instruction we will continue to work with you to ensure that you have the accommodations you need for your online classes. While there may be some uncertainty as to the new format for your classes please remember the following:
Continuity of accommodations: The accommodations that you have been approved for this semester such as testing accommodations, note takers, or assignment extensions, will continue to be provided unless a change in course format makes them no longer necessary.
New accommodations: As your professors inform you of the format for your online course it may be necessary to discuss new accommodations. If this is the case please notify us immediately, before speaking with your professor, so we can discuss with you the accommodations that are appropriate. We will then communicate with your professor about the new accommodation and its implementation.
Sara Bea Accessibility Services: Our office will continue to operate during our normal business hours. However, tests will not be administered at the Center during this time. You may continue to schedule appointments by calling the office or using AccessND. We will continue to provide updated information through this website.
Making Online Classes Work: Online classes can pose new challenges. We created this guide to help you stay organized and improve focus as you learn to navigate these online classes.
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