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"Creating Successful Academic Experiences for Students with Disabilities!" is theme for 2011-2012 Accessible University Series; first presentation Sep 21
Students with hidden disabilities–emotional behavioral disorders
The Accessible University Series is ready to begin the 2011-2012 academic year! This year the overall arching theme is "Creating Successful Academic Experiences for Students with Disabilities." The series assists faculty, AIs, and other university personnel in beginning to understand some of the characteristics of students' diverse disabilities and finding solutions as to how to best accommodate their needs.
The first topic to be addressed is "Students with hidden disabilities–emotional behavioral disorders. Presenter Barbara Bari is a doctoral student in the School of Education Special Ed and will provide insights as to how students may be feeling in classes, what student needs are, and how they can be accommodated to help ensure their success at Indiana University.
Bring your questions and join us for this timely and relevant discussion! Please also share this information with others who may be interested.
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The Accessible University series is a collaborative activity of IU Bloomington's Disability Roundtable, coordinated by Sharon Hauss of the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community and Alice Voigt of the National Center on Accessibility. For further information about the Accessible University series or the Disability Roundtable, please feel free to contact Sharon (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Alice (email@example.com ).
Revised: September 19, 2011
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