Webinar on ADA in the Classroom
Monday, January 28, 2013 (Around 2 years ago)
Please join the staff of Disability Services, the Advising Center and the Provosts for a webinar on ADA in the Classroom. It will be held on February 6th from 1:00-2:30 in the Rundquist room at the Campus Center. RSVP to Laurie L. Bickett, firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, February 1st if you would like to attend. We would love to have you join us.
ADA in the Classroom: 2013 Update - February 6, 2013 Webinar ISBN/ISSN: ADA.Classroom.2.6.13 Primary Subject: Webinars Product Summary
Keeping up with the rules and regulations of ADA can feel overwhelming and tedious at times. And for faculty and instructors, understanding and complying with the federal regulations within the classroom environment can feel confusing and high risk.
Join us as we examine the academic accommodation process from start to finish that reflects changes in the ADA regulations, findings from the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, the Department of Justice, court decisions, and best practices.
We will cover the following areas of ADA in the classroom: Notice & Documentation Reasonable Accommodation, the interactive process and the role of faculty, student and disability resources staff Undue Burden, Direct Threat & Fundamental Alteration Grievance Process Record Keeping Join us for an interactive webinar where you will learn about recent amendments and changes to the ADA related to instruction and your work with students.
L. Scott Lissner currently serves as the ADA Coordinator for The Ohio State University.
Participants will: Identify the critical elements for accommodation policies. Discuss approaches to documenting accommodation requests. Understand the process for determining reasonable accommodations. Explain the components of a complaint grievance process. Relate the changes in law and regulations to classroom instruction and accommodations.