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.
Instructors invited to request help from new Usable Materials Center to make course materials more accessible
This fall, instructors at Purdue will have more help, guidance, and support in developing accessible course materials.
Search committee announces three finalists for deputy director of Purdue DRC; invites campus engagement week of Aug. 29
Purdue University is undertaking a national search for the next deputy director of its Disability Resource Center, which provides services, resources, and programs to facilitate equal access for disabled students.
Purdue will launch Usable Materials Center this fall to help instructors improve accessibility of course materials
Purdue’s Disability Resource Center (DRC) will soon launch a Usable Materials Center (UMC) to remove barriers for instructors aiming to improve the usability and accessibility of their course materials.
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