If students and instructors have questions about how testing accommodations will be applied to the online setting, the following FAQs regarding Testing Accommodations may help answer some of your questions and concerns. As always, please contact the Disability Resource Center at DRC@ufsa.ufl.edu for specific information regarding your unique situation.
In extenuating circumstances, the Disability Resource Center can provide remote proctoring via Zoom. For a consultation, please contact the DRC Testing Office.
- UF’s Electronic Information Technology Accessibility office has created a great resource for converting documents to accessible formats, checking websites for accessibility, as well as requesting captioning for course videos in this link https://accessibility.ufl.edu/.
- UF’s eLearning center created a resource for faculty titled “Keep Teaching” to aid with transitioning to the online learning format with quick start guides in this link https://elearning.ufl.edu/keep-teaching/.
- UF’s Center for Instructional Technology and Training (CITT) has a wealth of knowledge for aiding with instructional design for the online environment in this link http://citt.ufl.edu/.
- University of Washington has created a great resource for creating accessible videos in this link https://www.washington.edu/accessibility/videos/#free.
*The DRC will be updating this question as more resources become available; therefore, please check back frequently for additional support.