This section includes faculty trainings, syllabi disability statements, and general information for faculty.
This online resource is extensive and provides comprehensive information regarding students with disabilities, including eligibility requirements, how to refer students, disability etiquette, teaching student with disabilities, academic accommodations, student and faculty rights and responsibilities, DESP rights, and more.
This resource in pdf format provides easy access via a hyperlinked Table of Contents to extensive materials, including rights and responsibilities of both students and faculty, eligibility, accommodations, and Frequently Asked Questions. Completed in 2018.
This “at-a-glance” formatted resource provides answers to frequently asked questions regarding working with student with disabilities.
This fully online webpage provides extensive information for faculty and staff. In terms of Accommodations, they cover a number of topics. They also cover alternate media, disability laws in postsecondary education, documentation and confidentiality, responsibilities of faculty and students, and downloadable resources.
This fully online faculty and staff DSPS resource guide provides information on accommodations for students with disabilities, test proctoring, note taking, student and faculty rights and responsibilities, disability law, and referring a student to DSPS.
This is an excellent resource from Santa Monica College. 2019
DO-IT University of Washington
Sample syllabus statement from the University of Washington’s DO-IT Center website.
San Diego Community College District
Canada College DSPS webpage regarding tutoring student with disabilities
De Anza College Tutor Handbook for General Tutoring
City College of San Francisco Online Tutor Training classes and assignments, adapted from Kathie Read’s model at American River College.