The need for accommodations should never get in the way of your access to education. I will do my best to work with any student who requires accommodations and to minimize the access barriers posed by course structures and materials. If you have any physical, cognitive, or economic need for accommodations, email me at the start of the semester.
Different types of technology are differently accessible to people due to bodily, economic, and regional differences. Temple has numerous computer labs available to you if you do not have a computer at home. I have tried to make all the technologies used in this class accessible to screen reader software and keyboard navigation for people with disabilities. However, if something is not accessible to you due to disability or access reasons, please let me know. I will work with you to remedy the situation and ensure that all students–with an array of embodiments and life circumstances–can participate fully in the course.
In addition, if you have a disability and will require accommodations––or if you aren’t sure and think you might—you should contact Disability Resources and Services at 215-204-1280 in 100 Ritter Annex.