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Academic Resources

Learning Effectiveness Program

New Student and Family Orientation

Teaching Resourcces

LEP offers resources specifically designed for University of Denver faculty and staff. We proudly support and advocate for a universally designed campus for all learners.

University Resources

Office of Teaching & Learning

Students With Disabilities

  • The Disability Services Program facilitates delivery of basic accommodations to undergraduate and graduate students with documented disabilities, which may include test accommodations, alternate format texts and materials, note takers, sign language/oral interpreters, or referrals to other services and programs.

Students of Concern

  • Visit Student Outreach and Support for advice or to submit a report if you have concerns about a student's academic or social behavior or well-being.
Additional Resources
  • The IRIS Center for Faculty Enhancement provides resources for college and university faculty and professional development providers about students with disabilities.
  • LD Online offers information about specific written expression learning disabilities and guidelines/suggestions for teaching writing in the classroom.
  • Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD) focuses on college-aged students with learning disabilities.
  • The Faculty Room offers faculty and administrators at post-secondary institutions suggestions on creating classroom environments that include students with disabilities.
  • American Educational Research Association focuses on improving the educational process by encouraging scholarly research regarding education and then by making the results available for practice.
  • American Institutes for Research (AIR) works to use the best science available to bring the most effective ideas and approaches to enhancing everyday life.
  • Landmark College is the only accredited college exclusively for students with LD, ADHD and ASD. Landmark College offers bridge semesters for current college students and has an office of research, training, and dissemination for professionals.

 

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