Stacy Mason, Director of Student Access and Accommodation
Travis Kramer, Koehler Center eLearning Manager

Campus Connections logoTuesday, September 27, 2022
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
TCU Campus Store, Room 208

Wednesday, September 28, 2022
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
TCU Campus Store, Room 208

TCU boasts a talented and diverse student body, with many individual learners who have individualized needs. And with these needs, students sometimes require special accommodations, whether for a specific learning disability, physical limitation, or an unusually demanding schedule, such as with student athletes who are frequently away from campus.

This workshop will focus on the most common accommodations requested of TCU faculty (extra time, extended due dates, note-taking, accessible content, video captioning, and redundant learning materials). With these considerations in mind, we will also demonstrate how to leverage and customize TCU Online to address these specific needs.

By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

  • Identify the common accommodations as listed by the Office of Access and Accommodation
  • Locate the Accommodations tool in Classlist to provide extended time for Quizzes/Exams
  • Design a Special Access scenario in the Assignments and Quizzes to adjust or extend due dates
  • Create captions for TCU Online Video Note videos and Panopto videos
  • Create accessible Word, Powerpoint, PDF and HTML content using built in tools for use with ReadSpeaker
Travis Kramer

Travis Kramer

Stacy Mason

Stacy Mason