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WORKING WITH FACULTY
Notification to faculty * To discuss course requirements & reasonable accommodations To indicate the accommodation needed
Faculty involvement important *Accommodations usually in classroom *Administration support critical
Simply put, it is not a violation of academic freedom to insist that appropriate accommodations be provided to students with disabilities. From Legal Principle to Informed Practice)
Academic freedom is not a legal mandate. Section 504 & ADA are legal mandates.
Disability Service Providers ---- expertise in disabilities & laws Instructors ---- expertise in course (essential functions, skills, & knowledge)
Collaboration and cooperation serves everyone well, especially the student.
Suggestions for establishing & maintaining good relationship with faculty: *Training on laws, disabilities, accommodations (Karen Yerby, NC-Vital, DS Counselor, VR, DSB, Mental Health) *Handouts, books, articles *Teleconferences, workshops *Joint meeting with instructor, student, & DS counselor
Websites for faculty: *http://telr.osu.edu/fame/ *http://ada.osu.edu/resources/fastfacts/index.htm *www.washington.edu/doit/Faculty/ *www.umt.edu/dss/faculty/default.htm *www.uwlax.edu/drs/html/DRSProServices.html#FacManl *www.sedbtac.org/ed/abouted/blueridge/intro.html *www.uncp.edu/dss/faculty
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