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Resources and Reflections on Providing Exam Accommodations in a Remote Learning Environment

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Join practitioners from two different schools who will discuss common challenges involving providing remote exam accommodations during the 2020-21 academic year. This webinar will cover individual institutional responses to these challenges and the overall impact experienced from this journey, including discussions about exam integrity, service delivery, and communication with stakeholders. Thirty minutes at the end of the session will be dedicated for Q&A regarding remote exam accommodations.

Contributors

  • Kegan Clark

    Kegan Clark, M.Ed. is the Program Coordinator for the Disability Resources Testing Center (DRTC) at Texas A&M University which traditionally administers over 9,500 exams per semester. Before joining Texas A&M University, Kegan was an Academic Advisor/Tutor Coordinator for TRiO Disability Support Services at Wichita State University where he supported students with disabilities through academic coaching, career planning, financial planning, and coordinating tutorial services. Kegan presented both in-person and virtually during the AHEAD 2021 annual conferences over disability in Higher Ed., the social constructivist framework for understanding disability, and his experience leading the DRTC team in creating and implementing a novel method for proctoring students through Zoom. Kegan holds two bachelor’s degrees (Psychology & Spanish) and a master’s degree in Educational Psychology – Higher Education/Student Affairs from Wichita State University. He is passionate about leadership, developing others, and networking with colleagues across the country to share best practices for supporting students in Higher Ed.

  • Priscilla Adams

    Priscilla Adams serves as the Coordinator for Testing Services at the University of Florida Disability Resource Center. With 5+ years of experience in Student Life, Priscilla brings her background knowledge of the testing and assessment industry to disability services. In her current role, she combines her passion for student success with the concepts of accessibility and universal design. Priscilla works diligently with instructors and campus partners to address barriers students experience in the testing environment. Priscilla is currently pursuing her Master of Business Administration degree specializing in IT Management and has a special interest in assistive technology and information systems that support accessibility.

September 28, 2021
Tue 1:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 30M

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