2016 Orientation2


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  • The labs helps you:
  • • but bring your own flash drive & headphones
  • • to work in a quiet environment
  • • to make learning material accessible
  • • with assignments
  • • ClaroRead for Dyslexia or a slow reader
  • • ClaroIdeas for mind maps
  • Training sessions
  • • ClaroCapture for research
  • • scanning hand-outs or textbooks
  • • how to use devices
  • 1. First meet with Dr Nina to assesses your needs.
  • Academic Support Process
  • 3. Soft- & Hardware Training sessions will be arranged
  • 4. We liaise with your lecturers to understand your specific needs
  • 2. She will identify necessary assistive devices you may need.
  • have its own printer
  • for students with disabilities only
  • large monitors to magnify software
  • DU Labs
  • large font keyboards for visually impaired students
  • have own scanners
  • are wheelchair friendly
  • Assistance with residence application
  • Come to the DU if you don't know or are unsure about something
  • General Support Services
  • Assistance with the registration process
  • Assistance to apply for a Disability bursary
  • End of March
  • Provide acceptable supporting evidence of their disability or long/short-term medical condition to the DU.
  • • Can be a Professional Doctor’s Report i.e. Psychiatrist, OT or a Psychologist's. • Or the Education Dept. letter to the high school will be accepted with the above report.
  • Extra Time Cut-off Dates
  • End of August
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