Presentations on a variety of topics
Disability Support Services at the University of Alaska Anchorage is happy to serve as a resource to the community and provide training or workshop opportunities for those who seek a better understanding of how disabilities impact students in the academic setting, how accommodations are put in place, which accommodations are appropriate, and how a Universal Design approach can minimize the need for accommodation by creating a greater level of access at the design stage.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to request a presentation or workshop on one of the topics below. Trainings can be customized for University classrooms, University staff or faculty meetings, K-12 transition team meetings, or other applications as requested.
Examples of topics for workshops include:
This is great information for staff and faculty who want to be able to direct students toward resources as appropriate.
Adaptive Computing Opportunities
Realtime Access in the Classroom
Suggest another topic by emailing email@example.com or calling 786-4530.
Visit our handouts page for materials from trainings you may have missed!
The University of Washington offers a wealth of information and resources through the faculty room. It is part of their Disability, Opportunity, Internetworking, and Technology site:
The New England ADA Center has created the following website:
The website offers videos of students with disabilities sharing their stories, describing the strategies they used to be successful in school and find employment.