Learning Resources offers a full-time Learning Specialist who will provide one-on-one assistance tailored to meet a student’s specific needs. We also offer interventions for time management & organizational skills, test-taking, studying, etc. We will gladly connect via phone, email, Zoom, Skype, or another source that works for you.
Email the office of Learning Resources to connect today.
A CCTV is a video magnifier which assists individuals with visual impairments to enlarge the contents of printed materials. The image is captured by a video camera allowing the user to adjust magnification level, focus, brightness, contrast, and coloration.
Dragon is a software program designed to allow a fast, easy and accurate way to turn speech into text. Users can dictate into virtually any windows-based application.
JAWS is a screen reading software program that uses an integrated voice synthesizer and your computer’s sound card to output the content of your computer screen to speakers.
Kurzweil is a text to speech program that can also serve as a reader/scribe. Kurzweil provides both audible and visual accessibility to word documents and web pages. The company is recognized as the leading developer of reading technology for people with learning difficulties and those who are blind or visually impaired.
The Smartpen is a computerized ball point pen which serves as a platform for writing and recording lecture notes in class. Access to Learning Ally and Text in Alternative Formats
UNCSA students with a documented print disability may receive free access to Learning Ally or access to text/books in an alternative format.
Email the office of Learning Resources with any questions or requests.
The office of Learning Resources offers free peer tutoring in a variety of courses for all enrolled UNCSA students. Tutoring is available for the following courses; however, if a tutor is needed for a course not listed, a staff member with the office of Learning Resources will provide support until a tutor has been secured:
Email the office of Learning Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org to connect.
Students with disabilities who are interested in registering for Accessibility Resources or have questions on how to access eligible accommodations should reach out to the office of Learning Resources at email@example.com to connect.
A temporary impairment or injury can be very disruptive and, in some cases, adversely affect a student's ability to fully participate in their academic classes or specific art area. Although a temporary impairment/injury does not qualify as a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act, staff in the office of Learning Resources will make every effort to provide assistance and appropriate accommodations as needed.
Administration of exams for students:
A fee based service is available for faculty and staff with proctoring needs who are enrolled in a UNCSA course, off-campus course, or an online or distance education course.
Check back in the fall for more information.