Accommodating Students with Disabilities for Access to
Access in Instruction is critical to any student with a disability. The
success or failure of many students with disabilities is predicated on
whether or not their instructors make information and/or technology
accessible in such a way that the student can focus more attention on
the subject matter being learned rather than the obstacles that limit
access to that subject matter. Of course there is concern from
instructors as to how they can provide accommodations fairly, and there
is also concern about additional workload. As for the former, the links
below provide helpful tips for instruction - click as appropriate. As for the
latter... YES, there will be additional work, but DPS wants to help.
Please allow us to assist you by contacting us with your questions and
If you would prefer to view information in a different way, we have also
created two additional ways to learn about us. Download one of the two
versions of our DPS Faculty Handbook: Full or Abridged.