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Dual Enrollment Faculty Resources
This guide provides information to dual enrollment faculty.
Contact TTC's Center for Teaching Excellence for faculty support in the design, development, and implementation of all distance learning and traditional face-to-face courses. CTE also provides a variety of professional development opportunities for faculty.
CTEtraining@tridenttech.edu or call (843) 574-6160
Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) is part of the Counseling and Career Development department. SSD assists any student with a documented disability beginning with admission and continuing through college. Website offers information on the services offered at TTC.
Accessibility in higher education ensures that any student can access digital content and information regardless of ability or disability. Accessible course content plays a huge role in Universal Design, as it removes barriers for every student. Even so, students with disabilities are the primary audience, as inaccessible course content can be a major obstacle in the learning process. [from Cuny Assistive Technology Services]
To fully embrace diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in higher ed, academic leaders must meet the unique needs of the disability community. [from Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business]
The National Federation of the Blind’s Center of Excellence in Nonvisual Access has created this online resource center to help colleges be accessible, so that your student body can be the diverse gathering of students you seek, and so that blind college students can achieve their true potential and not be limited by accessibility barriers. This online resource includes examples of digital accessibility policies, legal requirements, and links to accessibility standards and procurement policies.