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Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology
Do postsecondary institutions have to provide assistive technology (for example, screen enlargement or voice recognition software) to students with disabilities who enroll in distance learning courses?
Does a postsecondary institution have to provide specific hardware or software (known as assistive technology) that an individual with a disability requests so that he or she can access information technology used on campus?
Does a student who is blind need accommodations to benefit from class discussions?
Does making our school web content accessible mean I cannot use multimedia on my site?
Does the information on public websites, intranets, and distance learning courses at postsecondary institutions have to be accessible to visitors with disabilities?
Does the provision of accommodations guarantee student success?
Does the website developed by a professor for a particular course at a university or college have to meet accessibility standards?
How accessible are Microsoft Word documents?
How are instructors informed that a student needs an academic accommodation?
How are the terms "dwarf," "little person," and "person of short stature" commonly used?