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Increasing Faculty Awareness of Students with Disabilities: A Two-Pronged Approach

Michael Humphrey, Boise State University
Lee Woods, Boise State University
Linda Huglin, Boise State University

Abstract

Many universities use a center-based model to deliver services to students with disabilities. A hybrid service delivery model utilizing a center-based disability resource and faculty mentors was recently implemented in a large, public university in the Northwestern United States. Noticeable improvements observed to date include increased administrative support, positive collaborations with teaching center staff, and increased faculty awareness of resources for instructing students with disabilities.

Suggested Citation

Michael Humphrey, Lee Woods, and Linda Huglin. "Increasing Faculty Awareness of Students with Disabilities: A Two-Pronged Approach" The Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability 24.3 (2011): 255-261.
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/linda_huglin/12

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