Faculty members may choose to proctor students within their department as long as they are able to provide the student with their accommodations. Alternately, a student may take their exams at the Access Center. Instructors are responsible for providing testing materials to the Access Center in a timely manner. You will need to provide the Proctoring Office with instructions regarding how you would like the exam to be proctored, and how it should be returned. If you have any questions, you may contact Teresa Davi at 335-8079, or email@example.com.
- The student provides professional documentation of his/her disability to the Access Center.
- An Access Advisor reviews the documentation and meets with the student to determine what reasonable accommodations are needed to meet our legal obligation to the student.
- The student brings their instructor an Accommodation Form, which they sign, to indicate awareness of the accommodations.
- Over the course of the semester, if a student’s needs change, he or she will meet with their Access Advisor to create a new Accommodation Form.
- Some accommodations may require some discussion with your instructor, to achieve the best fit for the student.
- Meet with student to discuss notetaking accommodation and sign Accommodation Form.
- Acknowledge receipt of notetaking request and information from Notetaking Coordinator.
- Make an in-class announcement each class period for one week requesting the services of a volunteer notetaker.
- Maintain confidentiality by not identifying student directly to the class or prospective notetakers.
- Email names and contact information of prospective volunteers to Notetaking Coordinator
- Inform prospective volunteers to contact Access Center.
- Inform Notetaking Coordinator if no volunteers come forward during the course of the week. Note: If instructor does not announce the need for a volunteer notetaker within one week, student is to contact the Access Center.
- Communicate with Notetaking Coordintor, notetaker and/or student when issues with notetaking arise that relate to the classroom
- Discuss with student how information will be exchanged (e.g. email), if agreement has been reached for instructor to provide lecture material as an accommodation (own notes, PowerPoint's, handouts).
You may not request documentation from the student. If you have questions or concerns regarding an accommodation, we encourage you to contact the Access Center to speak directly with the student’s Access Advisor.