Center provides with the guidelines all academic and administrative staff.
The coordinator of the Center presents the guidelines on how to support and
assist students with different kind of disabilities to all faculties of the
University as well. The Center also supports administration staff in providing
accommodations facilitating development of inclusive education and process.
services, and programs that are available at the Center include:
- Providing the assistive equipment and software such as braille printer, pearl +
openbook document reading camera, braille display, magic large print keyboard,
maltron expanded keyboard, haydi switch mouse, magic for windows and JAWS
screen reader professional;
and administration of specialized services, including consultation and advice atthe
faculty concerning accommodation for individual students resulting from their
- Syllabi prepared by the instructors in advance;
of instructional materials to accessible formats;
- Support for Examinations including extra time, a private room, use of a
computer, adaptive software or word processor, or access to a reader as needed -
Alternate scheduling for the completion of course, project, thesis work, or
the faculty that prolonged period of time for completion of a course may be
advised due to student’s needs resulting from disability, it should be included
in letter to teacher;
- Enlarging and brailing of materials;
- Extended time for tests (usually up to time and a half or double time);
- Priority seating;
- Getting permission from the instructor to record
- Training volunteer students;
trainings, seminars and workshops to the students with and without disabilities
in different educational themes.
materials transformed to the accessible formats can be given to the students
with disabilities for using materials at home. In this case, student must
promise faithfully and sign the declaration/agreement that he or she will not distribute
it and will protect the copyright.