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A Guide for Faculty and Staff Working with Students with Disabilities

The University of Wisconsin–Madison is committed to creating an inclusive, accommodating, and supportive learning environment. The Guide for Faculty and Staff Working with Students with Disabilities was created as a resource for the campus community. Faculty and staff who work with students with disabilities can consult this guide, as well as contact the Access and Accommodation Resource Coordinator (AARC) within their departments. An AARC is a designated departmental or unit representative who serves as a resource to faculty, staff and students to ensure an accessible learning environment for students with disabilities. AARC staff, who have received training on disability and access issues, are a valuable resource to their colleagues by providing information, facilitating the provision of accommodations, and assisting in resolving disability-related difficulties. The AARC network serves as a powerful tool for realizing the goal of equal access to all learners on this campus.

 
 
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