1 Disability Services at Columbus State Community College Many Columbus State students are registered with Disability Services. These students receive various types of accommodations to ensure they have equal access to educational opportunities. View this slideshow to know what to expect if a student in your class presents you with a Letter of Accommodation.
2 Disability Services Disability Services (DS) offers a wide range of support services and accommodations to Columbus State students with documented disabilities. DS at CSCC exists to provide accommodations for students with documented disabilities as mandated by: The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) The Rehabilitation Act of 1973
3 The Americans with Disabilities Act The ADA law ensures that people with disabilities have equal access to public services and programs. At Columbus State this means that we are required to make college as accessible for students with disabilities as it is for students without disabilities.
4 The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 is generally viewed as the first civil rights legislation for people with disabilities at the national level. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act is a program access statute, which means it prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in any program or activity offered by an entity or institution receiving federal funds. Since 1977, all institutions receiving federal funding, including CSCC, must be prepared to provide appropriate academic adjustments and reasonable modifications to policies and practices for people with disabilities.
5 DS promotes the concept of Universal Design Universal Design is the design of products and environments to be usable by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design. Universal design has the unique quality that when done well is invisible. -Ron Mace
6 Accessible vs Inclusive Design Accessible Design means: Instruction and products/ buildings that are accessible and usable by people with disabilities. Inclusive Design means: Instruction and products/buildings that are accessible and usable by everyone, including people with disabilities. DS supports the idea Inclusive Design.
7 Faculty Obligations Adhere to the Laws Design Materials and Class Interactions to be Accessible Design Materials and Class interactions to be Inclusive Students can request accommodations at any point during the semester as long as their request is reasonable and in a timely manner. Students should expect to receive assistance in a timely manner. Please provide accommodations as necessary. Students have a right to accessible class content. Content and activities should be in a format students can utilize to complete all required work and to enable participation with their peers as required. [How to Create Accessible Syllabi] Design materials and class interactions that are useable by all without the need for accommodation. e.g. Provide videos with captioning/subtitling so that they can be utilized by anyone at any time, with no delay in providing the content (for post captioning production). Seek Help Utilize the DS office for insight on how to make classes accessible, inclusive, and useable by all students.
8 Eligibility To receive services through Disability Services, students must be eligible. Learn more about eligibility.
9 Eligibility (continued) To become eligible for services, students need to provide DS with verification of their disability (i.e. documentation) that includes: the disability history/ diagnosis, including restrictions and limitations how the disability affects the student in an academic setting strategies and recommendations to lessen impact of disability
10 Disability is defined as: A mental or physical condition which substantially limits a major life activity. Major life activity: A "major life activity" includes an everyday type of activity like walking, sitting, standing, seeing, hearing, eating, sleeping. It also includes difficulty in many major body systems, such as: neurological impairment; problems with circulatory, respiratory, immune and digestive functions. This is not an inclusive list, but gives a general idea of the types of conditions covered by the ADA. A documented impairment in any of these activities can qualify an individual for services under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Substantially limits: Significant restriction(s) compared to the condition, manner, or duration under which the average person in the general population can perform that same major life activity.
11 Students we serve have various disabilities, including the following: Deaf or Hard of Hearing Autism Spectrum Disorders Learning Disabilities Attention Deficit Disorders (ADD and ADHD) Psychiatric Conditions Blind or Low Vision Medical Disabilities Mobility Limitations As the Instructor, you may encounter some students with noticeable disabilities and others with "invisible disabilities."
12 Getting registered with Disability Services usually takes about 2-3 weeks. The process is as follows: 1. The student submits verification of disability to DS 2. Submitted information is reviewed by DS Advocates 3. The student meets with a DS Advocate for Intake appointment 4. After the Intake, the student is officially registered and approved for services and accommodations 5. The student receives a Letter of Accommodation (usually 1 to 3 business days after the Intake appointment) 6. The student requests services and accommodations from the Instructor
13 Please note that it is the student s responsibility to: Register with the DS office to become approved for services and accommodations. Communicate with you, the instructor, to request accommodations for their classes. (This communication should include presenting you with a copy of their Letter of Accommodation, which is described on the next slide.) Request accommodations in a timely manner.
14 Letter of Accommodation Students will provide you with a DS Letter of Accommodation as verification that they are registered with Disability Services. You may be given a paper copy of a student s Letter of Accommodation, or the student may you a pdf copy. Instructors are not required to provide specific accommodations unless they are specifically listed on the student's letter, even if a student reports needing these accommodations. Instructors may address other student requests but will not be asked by DS to alter the design of the course or change the goals of the class. If you are unsure whether or not to grant a requested accommodation, please consult with DS.
15 Accommodations Any accommodation a student has been approved for is justified by the information presented in their disability documentation. Services and accommodations can include, but are not limited to: Testing Accommodations Sign Language Interpreting and Captioning Alternate Media Note-taking Assistance Assistive Technology and Equipment.
16 Testing Accommodations DS provides testing accommodations, including but not limited to: Double Testing Time Private Room Distraction-Reduced Exam Space Tests in Enlarged Print Tests in Audio Format Assistive Technology Software/Hardware
17 Student Testing Agreement Request (STAR) Form Students who wish to use Testing Accommodations are required to complete a STAR form. Students are required to complete one (1) STAR Form per class, per semester, regardless of testing center location (DS, AQ, RLC, Delaware Campus, Out of City, or ProctorU). The STAR form does not replace the Letter of Accommodation. Students should continue to provide the Letter of Accommodation to their instructor(s) before accommodations are implemented. The STAR form helps DS process exams as we can easily identify student testing needs and locations. This form is located on the DS website and is filled out independently by the student. It is then automatically ed to DS Testing Center staff. The STAR form is then processed by DS and sent to the student and instructor via . If you have questions or concerns about a STAR Form, you are encouraged to contact the student first.
18 DS Test Administration Request Form As an Instructor, you will need to complete the DS Test Administration Form for each accommodated test/quiz administered by any CSCC Testing Center. This form is available in our office or on the DS website. For tests taken on Columbus campus, the DS Test Admin form and testing materials should be submitted to the DS office at least 2 business days in advance of the first available test date. (Arrangements for tests taken at other campuses vary; please contact the DS Testing Desk if you have questions.) You may or hand deliver testing materials to the DS Testing Desk at or in Eibling 101.
19 Interpreting and Real Time Captioning Services DS provides Interpreting and Real Time Captioning services for CSCC classes and events. Instructors should be aware that Interpreters and Captionists are in the class to ensure the student's access to class information. The Interpreters should be positioned in the front of the classroom where the student will have direct access to the instructor, interpreter and board. Captionists are typically positioned towards the front of the room with a view of the board and instructor. At the start of the semester, other students in the classroom may be curious about these professionals or their methods of providing the accommodation. It has been shown, however, that these services are not a distraction to the other students. Class can continue with business as usual.
20 Video, Audio, and other Media Remember to consider other aspects of universal design such as: subtitling, captioning, and/or providing a transcript This should be considered for any video, audio, or other forms of media to be used in the classroom or on BlackBoard. This ensures that every student is able to access your class information. Even students not using interpreters or captionists benefit from these resources.
21 Alternate Media Alternate Media is the conversion of textbooks and class materials into a more accessible format, such as: Braille, Audio, E-text, or Enlarged Print A student approved for this service will need classroom materials converted into their desired format. These materials can include: course texts (required and supplemental) the syllabus handouts If there are changes to the course content, such as the addition or removal of class work materials, please consider that the student may have to have them converted, which can affect the speed at which they can utilize the information and complete the assignment. Some flexibility in the deadline may be necessary and approved on an individual basis.
22 Assistive Technology Assistive Technology consists of computer software, equipment and other devices that allow students to independently access materials and information. Software programs used at Columbus State include: Zoomtext Screen Magnification Software JAWS Screen Reader Software Read and Write Gold Text to Speech Dragon Naturally Speaking Voice to Text Computer labs across CSCC campuses are equipped with assistive technology software and hardware. If you are in a location where a desired program or equipment is not working or available, please contact the Disability Services office or IT for assistance. Offices such as Distance Education and Instructional Support ( ) can assist you with questions regarding Blackboard and the captioning and subtitling of classroom materials.
23 Disability Services Advocacy Disability Services Advocates are available to meet with you to address disability related issues and needs. There are four full time Advocates and one part time Advocate at Disability Services. There is also a part time Coordinator who covers Delaware campus and all Regional Learning Centers. Advocates are available to speak with you regarding the delivery of services and accommodations to your students and to answer any questions you may have about the Disability Services process. Students can visit advocates during walk in hours to ask general questions, to seek information about available campus and community resources, and to gather information on Disability Services office procedures, including registration. Students can also schedule appointments with their advocates.
24 What are my responsibilities as a Faculty member? Syllabus statement: First, make sure that there is a statement in all course syllabi regarding Disability Services. We can help you with this statement if you need a model or assistance with the verbiage. (See procedure 5-10 [B] 3[M]). Letter of Accommodation: Second, when a student gives you his/her Letter of Accommodation, read it and discuss with the student about what kinds of accommodations are needed. This helps the student to feel comfortable talking about his/her needs, and helps you to know what you need to do throughout the semester. Testing: Submit tests (with completed Test Admin form) at least 2 business days in advance. This enables DS to process student's scheduling requests and to convert materials to alternate formats as needed. Privacy: Please honor the students rights to privacy and maintain confidentiality, especially in front of other students and staff. Help: Contact DS at any time with questions or concerns.
25 In Closing Please visit our website at There you can find more information, including: Our DS-specific Faculty Handbook (this provides additional information not detailed in the general Faculty Handbook) Faculty Forms Announcements Upcoming Events Disability Etiquette Information Disability Law Information Campus and Community Resources
27 Question 1 The Americans with Disabilities Act is a law that guides the decisions and services provided by the Disability Services office. A. True B. False
28 Question 2 Which of these disabilities are commonly served at CSCC? A. ADD/ADHD B. Learning Disabilities C. Medical Conditions (i.e., Diabetes, Cancer, Respiratory Conditions, etc.) D. Psychiatric Conditions E. All of the Above
29 Question 3 The definition of disability includes: A. Having a mental of physical condition B. Having a substantial limitation C. Having an impaired major life activity D. All of the above
30 Question 4 Major life activities include: A. Eating B. Sleeping C. Communicating D. All of the Above
31 Question 5 The form that needs to be submitted by the Instructor with any exams to DS is called A. Letter of Accommodation B. Student Testing Agreement Request Form (STAR) C. Test Administration Request Form D. Test Denial Form
32 Question 6 The form that students will complete and use as a tool to initiate conversations regarding their testing accommodations is called the A. Student Testing Agreement Request (STAR) Form B. Release of Information C. Test Administration Request Form D. Test Denial Form
33 Question 7 The form that provides verification that a student has registered with DS is called: A. Student Testing Agreement Request Form (STAR) B. Test Administration Request Form C. Letter of Recommendation D. Letter of Accommodation
34 Question 8 Accommodations are granted in order for students who have disabilities to have equal access to educational opportunities and materials. A. True B. False
35 Question 9 Faculty should grade students with disabilities using different standards than they do for the rest of the class. A. True B. False
36 Question 10 Universal Design means the system/environment is designed, to the greatest extent possible, to be usable by all. A. True B. False
37 Question 11 Which of these accommodations is not approved by Disability Services at CSCC? A. Extended time for tests B. Note taking assistance C. Sign Language Interpreting Services D. The Instructor forgiving missed homework
38 Question 12 Which of the following services can be provided by Columbus State Community College's Disability Services department? A. Serving as a liaison between student and faculty B. Advocacy C. Support for academic departments D. Campus training in disability related topics E. All of the Above
39 Question 13 Who has the responsibility to request accommodations through the Disability Services office? A. Students B. Students' parents C. Instructors D. Department Chairpersons
40 Question 14 The Disability Services department is located in A. Nestor Hall B. The Center for Workforce Development C. Eibling Hall D. Franklin Hall
41 Question 15 Universal Design is intended to benefit which group(s) of people? A. People who prefer a more modern looking structure B. People who are in wheelchairs C. Everyone D. People who want a one-story building
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