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Instructor’s guide and volunteer notetakers

As a new semester is set to begin, Accessibility Services would like to remind all faculty and instructional staff that the Instructor’s Guide to Supporting Students with Disabilities is available on the College Intranet. The guide is referred to in the Accommodation Letters instructors and laboratory demonstrators receive from students registered with our department.

To the access the guide, log in to myLangara and click on the following:

College Forms > College Services & Resources > Resources > Instructor’s Guide to Supporting Students with Disabilities

We hope you will find this guide useful. Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Accessibility Services at 5509 or

Accessibility Services is partnered with VOLT (Langara’s Student Volunteer Program)

Instructors: If you receive an Accessibility Services Accommodation Letter from a registered student requesting a Volunteer Notetaker, please inform your class that any student who serves in this capacity may join VOLT and could be eligible for contests, scholarships, giveaways, and other rewards and recognition.

A VOLT program card for confirming note taker hours is included with the notetaker paper you will give to the Volunteer Notetaker. (The student requesting the notetaker picks up the notetaker paper from Accessibility Services and provides it to you).

Once you have recruited the Volunteer Notetaker, you may refer them to VOLT directly to sign up.

If you have any questions, please contact Suzanne Munson (Director, Accessibility Services) at 5998 or Maggie Stewart (Volunteer Program Coordinator, VOLT) at 5700.

Thank you for your support of students with disabilities!

Accessibility Services

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