At the Center for Disability Access and Resources (CDAR), our goal is to provide services and support to ensure students are able to access and participate in the opportunities available at the University of Idaho.
Students are asked to notify CDAR as soon as possible to discuss disability-related concerns and needs. Call 208-885-6307 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accommodations during COVID-19 FAQ
Yes. Students will still receive accommodations while University classes are moved online. CDAR anticipates that many students will need to change their accommodations due to the structure of classes being changed. Please email email@example.com or call 208-885-6307 as soon as you become aware you need to change accommodations.
Students are encouraged to remind instructors to extend time for any timed exams in BBLearn. Note: Extended time does not apply to take-home exams. CDAR Testing Services is closed for in person proctoring until April 15th (as of 04/02/2020). Students should email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or concerns.
CDAR Assistive Technology is here to help as students' use of technology changes. The CDAR Assistive Technology Page will be updated with resources as they become available.
ITS has Chromebooks and iPads available for check-out on the Moscow campus. Please consider your proximity to internet access when determining your plans for participating in classes. The Moscow campus as well as sites across the state will remain open for support.
Zoom is available as a mobile app. Students that know they will be using Zoom on their phone should install the app prior to entering the Zoom meeting. ITS has Zoom instructions posted, CDAR is writing additional Zoom instructions and will have them posted on the Assistive Technology Page.
Students needing help with technology of any sort should email email@example.com.
Students with an alternate format textbook accommodation should contact firstname.lastname@example.org should any material in BBLearn not be compatible with their reading software.
Many textbook publishers are offering digital books for free or low cost due to schools moving online. Students relying on the Library for textbooks should email email@example.com for assistance.
Notetaking services will remain largely unchanged. Instructors have been contacted to ensure notetakers have access to the same material as students receiving notes. Should you not need notes due to changes in materials the instructors provide, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Students may take exams at the CDAR office. Accommodations may vary for each individual depending on the nature of the disability and the documentation provided to CDAR.
An Access Consultant is on staff to work with students with disabilities that affect academic achievement, memory, concentration or cognition (e.g.: LD, ADD/ADHD, or psychological disabilities).
Students with documented disabilities that interfere with their ability to take notes in class may receive access accommodation for notetaking.
Students can request interpreters for better access to academic programs, events and services at the university.
Alternative text provides students with vision or reading disabilities alternatives to standard printed text. Accommodations are provided to students with a documented print disability.