Online classes can be daunting for any student. With remote instruction there are unknowns on how to organize and manage work without in person meetings and delegation. As such, we’ve compiled platforms, desktop apps, outside articles and other resources that may help with the transition to online classes.
Visit Remote Resources for Students for quick access to SOU Websites, Resources, and notification.
While Disability Resources does not offer tutoring, Online Tutoring is available from the Hannon Library.
Do you have Accessibility or Access Concerns?
The transition to online and remote instruction for classes can be overwhelming, and daunting. At Disability Resources it is a priority for us to help ensure your access to your courses and materials is equitable, and follows ADA guidelines.
If you feel that your course is inaccessible in any way, please send us an email at email@example.com with the subject line “Student Accessibility Concern.” We will then open a conversation with you on the course, and what materials or aspects of the course may be inaccessible.
After this conversation we will figure out the best course of action, either through providing further online tools, or outreach with the instructor.
We are here to engage our campus in a dialogue of the importance of accessibility for inclusion and develop an approachable process for accessible design.
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