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Disability Access: Text reading software

Text reading software

Text Reading software is provided in the Testing Center for the purposes of taking exams.  Many students have this technology on their personal computers and may be able to use it for take home test situations.  The Testing Center is located in the Liberal Arts Building, Room 103 and the Testing Center Specialist is Cathy Jackson.  The Testing Center is designed as an environment for testing and offers a quiet, low distraction area.  See link below for additional information on testing procedures for students who have accommodations.

The STUDENT is responsible for arranging their own tests and informing the faculty of the arrangement (including day and time).

The FACULTY is responsible for sending the test to the Testing Center.  Since a number of students are eligible for text reading software to assist them with testing the preferred format to send a test is electronic. FACULTY must also complete a "Test Proctoring Form" to provide the testing center with details about the exam.