The Accessible Education Center is offering a Spring Workshop Series!
Workshops will be hosted on Zoom and include the following topics:
Q: Is the Accessible Education Center open?
The University of Oregon recently issued a message regarding steps they are taking to limit the spread of COVID-19 on campus and protect students, faculty, staff and the broader community. In accordance with these guidelines, no final exams will be offered in-person for winter term. This includes all accommodated final exams that had been scheduled in Peterson Hall, the AEC, and the University Testing Center from 3/16/20 - 3/20/20.
We are currently experiencing a number of reports of an email about a work opportunity: this is a phishing campaign targeting students.
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The Accessible Technology Laboratory has moved to a new location within the Knight Library:
At IntroDUCKtion you will have an opportunity to attend the Accessible Education Center informational session. At these orientation sessions you will learn how the AEC helps support your academic goals and how to best utilize these resources. These sessions are geared toward answering both student and parent questions. Please refer to your IntroDUCKtion schedule for the time and location of informational sessions. After the group session you will be able to meet individually with an AEC advisor to begin the process of discussing your specific situation and reviewing your documentation.
Don't wait to request accommodations for your classes. Start now!
After you have established accommodations with an AEC advisor, you will use our online portal, AEC Connect, to request accommodations for each class and send a notification letter to each instructor. If you are eligible for testing accommodations and would like AEC to proctor your exams you will use AEC Connect to schedule your exams.