Deaf/Hard of Hearing Services Lab
The Deaf/Hard of Hearing Services Lab is a space for students and staff to engage and learn. It is a place for students to study and to connect with our staff. Additionally, our interpreters, transcriber, and note takers work out of this lab to provide quality student services. This lab is located in Rendezvous Complex Room 333.
Due to demand students should reserve a seat for studying and/or connecting with our staff in the lab. The hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday - Friday. To schedule a time to work in the lab or to learn more about it please contact our Deaf/Hard of Hearing Services coordinator, Casey Quiroz, by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Common deaf/hard of hearing services include:
- Sign Language Interpreters
- FM systems
- Note taking
- Captioning link to Captioning academic content
To learn more about these and other deaf/hard of hearing services please contact our Deaf/Hard of Hearing Services coordinator, Casey Quiroz at email@example.com. ISU has a dedicated staff who work to provide deaf/hard of hearing services to the ISU community. Students, staff, and faculty have access to these services so equal access can be met.
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The technology covered in this Tech Spotlight is not currently available for use or check out through this lab. The purpose of this spotlight is to shine light on meaningful new technology that is positively impacting local students and community members.