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The Faculty Room

The Faculty Room is a space for faculty and administrators at postsecondary institutions to learn about how to create classroom environments and academic activities that maximize the learning of all students, including those with disabilities. educators (listed below).

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Accommodations and Universal Design

Strategies for creating (universal design) and modifying (accommodations) academic environments and activities to maximize the learning of students with a wide range of abilities and disabilities.

Rights and Responsibilities

The rights and responsibilities of faculty, campus services, and students with disabilities regarding academic accommodations.

Faculty Resources

Resources to help instructors more fully include students with disabilities in course activities.

Faculty Presentations

Video, publications, and interactive presentations designed especially for postsecondary educators.

Resources for Trainers, Staff, and Administrators

Resources for staff and administrators who support faculty in making their academic offerings accessible to students with disabilities.

Searchable Knowledge Base

A searchable database of frequently asked questions, case studies, and promising practices related to how postsecondary faculty can fully include students with disabilities in their courses.