How to tackle reopening anxiety on campus
As colleges across the US plan to reopen in full this fall, many students are celebrating. But for some, this return to normal is causing anxiety.Read More5 min read
Education & Technology
Could this new funding stream benefit your department?
Amidst the massive influx of news and dramatic upheavals Covid-19 has brought about, the implications of the CARES Act may have gone under many peoples’ radars.
Note taking support and the ADA
This year, The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) turns 30 years old. Its aim was to eliminate disability discrimination in public life. Discover more.
#remotework: Exploring Chrome extensions
How can browser plugins help you and your students navigate remote working better? We've picked out the best Chrome extensions; click here to learn more.
5 reasons your students are reluctant to use Assistive Technology
Disability Resource providers are being encouraged to rely more on technology to support students than ever before. Learn how you can overcome challenges here.
How to create student buy-in for Assistive Technology
There are methods and approaches you can use to try and encourage your students to embrace technology and benefit from it. Explore how to increase buy-in here.
Student Retention Strategies Proven to Improve Persistence
Each year, every institution in North America prepares for a new cohort of freshmen. How many of these new students will drop out before the year is out?
Implementing Assistive Technology in the classroom: Overcoming the hidden obstacles
What does a successful institution look like?
Independent learning is often key to academic success. But, how can you foster an environment that facilitates independent learning? Find out here.
Independent Learning & Disability
Independent Learning is a hugely important part of being a higher Ed student. What is it and what barriers do students with disabilities face in achieving it?
Defining and Promoting Self Advocacy Skills in Higher Ed
At college, students with disabilities are responsible for their own learning and support, through self-advocacy. So how do we define and encourage it?
Your Assistive Technology Implementation Plan
Introducing technology in the classroom can be daunting. With this assistive technology implementation plan, we can help you make the transition smoothly.
Northwestern University explores the value of note-taking technology
170 students at Northwestern were receiving a peer notetaker, costing $100 per class. Do we know if peer notetakers are truly value for money for our students?