This section includes guidelines, sample scripts, and materials for short and comprehensive presentations entitled Accessible Student Services.
An Internet-based version of the comprehensive on-site presentation provided in this section of the notebook can be found in the Student Services Conference Room at http://www.washington.edu/doit/Conf/dl_index.html.
The presentations are designed to be delivered to postsecondary student service staff and administrators. Program content and length are flexible and can be adapted for specific student service offices.
These presentations were developed following a thorough literature review and focus group interviews of students with disabilities, student service staff, and administrators from institutions nationwide. This effort was conducted collaboratively by twenty-three DO-IT Admin team members.
The suggestions in the earlier sections titled Presentation Tips and Institutionalization Strategies can be used in the development of your presentation. Handout templates and videos for these presentations can be found in the back pouch of the notebook and in the videotape holder, respectively.
FAQs and case studies included in this section of the notebook and in The Student Services Conference Room (http://www.washington.edu/doit/Conf/) can be used to prepare and deliver your session. You will also find overhead templates, long and short presentation evaluation instruments, and an action plan form that you may choose to use in delivering professional development to student service from which to select for completion by audience participants.
The subsection in this part of these training materials are:
- Accessible Student Services: Short Presentation
- Accessible Student Services: Comprehensive Presentation
- Case Studies
- Overhead Templates
- Evaluation Instruments
- Action Plan for a More Accessible Service Unit
- Frequently Asked Questions