The Disability Resource Center is always working to engage students of all backgrounds with their environment here at Purdue. This has taken many different forms over the years, and is continuing to do so even now. Below are a few recent stories relating to disability, the DRC, and more.

Expect Noise & Activity: Construction Begins Near DRC Testing Center

Beginning on Monday, October 18, 2021, construction will begin in the area surrounding the DRC Testing Center (G59 Stewart) which may result in higher levels of noise & activity.

Purdue Disability Resource Center will launch new online portal in summer 2021 to improve student accommodation process; instructors invited to test system

Beginning with Purdue’s May 2021 summer term, the Disability Resource Center (DRC) will use Accessible Information Management (AIM), an online accommodation management portal that helps students coordinate their accommodations with instructors. The system protects confidential student information while allowing for more transparency and streamlined communication among students, instructors, and DRC staff.

New captioning resource available for instructional video aims to boost learning, universal access

When Purdue launched a pilot project to provide captions for instructional videos at no additional cost to academic departments, assistant professor Karen Byrd was one of the first faculty members to sign up. Byrd, who teaches in Purdue’s School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, said the process she previously used to caption her instructional videos was cumbersome and time-consuming.

Archived Articles

Don’t make these faux paws when approaching a service dog, and other reminders for National Service Dog month 09/24/2020

DRC Seeks Photos to Highlight Accessibility on Campus, Proposals for Disability Symposium 03/04/2020

DRC streamlines processes to support growing number of accommodated exams 12/10/2019

Disability Resource Center to Host Comedian and AGT Finalist Ryan Niemiller 10/03/2019

Purdue's Access Consultants break down barriers facing students with disabilities 03/20/2018

Doctoral Student's Accelerated Composition Course Explores Disability Issues, Myths, and Stigmas 03/02/2017

New Director of Disability Resource Center Looks to Partner With Faculty to Promote More Inclusive Course Deisgn 10/27/2016

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