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Reasonable adjustments involving documents
Plans, summaries, notes, handouts and overheads available in advance of lectures.
Prioritised reading list.
Glossary of technical terms/specialist vocabulary.
Copies of overheads, diagrams and so on created in class provided also in paper form.
Additional inter-library loans.
Documents printed on different coloured paper.
Documents printed with larger font.
Subtitled / transcribed video material where this is used in lecture situations.
Availability of notes in electronic format to enable use of assistive software (such as text to speech; speech to text; mindmapping software).
Intranet material that meets established guidelines for compatibility with specialist software.
Availability of searchable reference texts.
Written materials available in audio format.
Comments on course work in alternative formats.
Reasonable adjustments through human assistance
Proof reader for written assignments.
Note-taker to attend lectures.
Teaching staff asked to face the class at all time when giving a lecture.
Additional regular 1:1 tutorial support.
Support in researching booklists for those unable to 'browse' in the library.
Provision of study skills support covering essay writing or dissertation skills.
Reasonable adjustments through allowances
Extensions to deadlines.
Extended library loans.
Permitted periods of absence.
Breaks permitted in teaching sessions.
Assignment work marked with a yellow sticker and appropriate guidance issued to markers.
Reasonable adjustments through equipment
Staff using a microphone for all lectures.
Permission to record lectures.
LOOP system during teaching.
Laptop to take notes.
Use of an amplified stethoscope.
Stethoscope linked to a display screen.
Chair available in teaching sessions.
Hand-held devices for taking notes.
Microscopes linked to CCTV screens.
Compatibility of online teaching resources with the student's software magnification programmes.
Reasonable adjustments to the teaching and learning environment
Good lighting during lectures.
Elimination of background noise.
Adjustments to the physical environment.
Additional training for teachers in making teaching and learning more accessible to disabled students.