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From: Lucy Greco
Date: Jan 26, 2017 1:41PM


hello: a student has no obligation to let the instructor know they have a
disability but if they don't tell the instructor how to accommodate them
they have no accommodations. students should be given a choice to turn the
feature on or off them selves.. but you need to make sure the student is
not losing any content or ideas from the accommodation. make sure the
other games and so on teach the same thing. and then once you have done
that why not just give every one the accessible games and get rid of the
others. Lucy

Lucia Greco
Web Accessibility Evangelist
IST - Architecture, Platforms, and Integration
University of California, Berkeley
(510) 289-6008 skype: lucia1-greco
http://webaccess.berkeley.edu
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On Thu, Jan 26, 2017 at 12:33 PM, Bruno, Michele <
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> In one of our new products we have math 'games' that are highly visual.
> One suggestions is to have an instructor-side question that asks if a
> student needs alternative accommodations. If the instructor checks the box
> then the student is instead presented with a multiple choice question to
> learn the objective.
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> I was under the impression that a question of this nature may have legal
> implications yet I am unable to find resources nor examples. Anyone have
> experience and/or guidance?
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> Many thanks,
> Michele
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