Student Accessibility Services will only be invigilating in-person exams for SAS students registered in face to face courses that are holding in-person exams.
Students have been advised to evaluate their accommodation needs for tests, exams, etc. based on the syllabi for each of their courses.
Student Accessibility Advisors are available to assist you and your students as to how best to accommodate.
Any assessments that are not timed will eliminate the extended time accommodation that students have administered through our office and in a regular exam setting.
If you will be scheduling online timed exams, individual settings will have to be set up based on the length of time listed in the accommodation letters e-mailed to you.
In most cases, students requiring the use of access software will have these on their home computers. (Note: they may not have used this software in the online environments for exams.)
Students with condition flare-ups may require extensions.
Some students have restrictions of one exam per day.
If you are teaching courses with no in-person exams, you will still be able to view a current list of SAS students and their accommodations through the AIM Faculty portal: https://olympic.accessiblelearning.com/UWindsor/
If a student has scheduled to write an exam in the SAS office, you will receive an email with instructions regarding submitting the exam. SAS Advisors listed on the accommodation letters should be contacted to walk through questions about any accommodations needed.
- Anthony Gomez - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Christine Quaglia - email@example.com
- Joyceln Lorito - firstname.lastname@example.org
- David Soderlund - David.Soderlund@uwindsor.ca