Presenters:Kimberly Foy, University of Central FloridaBrad Held, University of Central FloridaCarsen Kipley, University of ArizonaBarbie Lopez, University of ArizonaKiela Sims, University of Central Florida
Both online and in-person exams can present barriers for students with a wide variety of disabilities. Increasingly, assistive and mainstream technologies that support accommodated testing are available, resulting in a more equitable and independent experiences for students with disabilities and providing answers for disability resource offices and faculty. Join us for a review of AT options for addressing common barriers in the testing environment, including text-to-speech, speech-to-text, online proctoring services, setting extended time in common course management systems, and more.
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