[teknoids] RE: Examsoft and ADA issues

Kris Niedringhaus krisn at gsu.edu
Tue Sep 30 17:15:30 EDT 2014


Typically ADA accommodations are handled through the University Disability Office (or whatever their title is there). You might be able to contact someone in that office and get their recommendation. It may be something they have had to figure out before.

Good luck!


Kristina L. Niedringhaus
Associate Dean for Library & Information Services
Associate Professor of Law
Georgia State University College of Law

From: teknoids-bounces at ruckus.law.cornell.edu [mailto:teknoids-bounces at ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Wondracek, Jennifer
Sent: Tuesday, September 30, 2014 5:10 PM
To: teknoids at ruckus.law.cornell.edu
Subject: [teknoids] Examsoft and ADA issues


We are gearing up for our first set of exams with Examsoft, and I had a few questions for you:

1)      What do you do if you have a student with an ADA accommodation who has problems typing and handwriting, say they broke their arm/writ to the point where it is painful to type or write?

2)      Do you have set policies on options for ADA accommodated students and exams?  If yes and you are able to share, would you please send them to me?

Any information that you can supply is greatly appreciated.


Jennifer L. Wondracek
Associate Director of Instructional Technology &
Senior Law Librarian
UNT Dallas College of Law
Jennifer.Wondracek at untsystem.edu<mailto:Jennifer.Wondracek at untsystem.edu>
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