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  • Awareness Training: ADA @ IU: Indiana University
    Awareness Training is highly recomended for all faculty and instructors The course is available for direct enrollment in Canvas Please note that learners will need to log into Canvas to access the course Learners can choose an interactive story or review materials in a just the facts format Learning outcomes are as follows Choose how to respond to a student with disabilities Identify faculty s role in ensuring course accessibility

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/%7eada/training/index.shtml (2016-04-30)
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  • Frequently Asked Questions: ADA @ IU: Indiana University
    office to assist Faculty and Staff should navigate to Resources for Employees make the appropriate campus selection then see the header titled Employment Accommodations and Assistance to identify the individual or office to seek out assistance from Resources are also available if you are a faculty member or instructor needing assistance related to providing accomodations in the classroom I need special technologies to assist me due to my disability What is available The Assistive Technology and Accessibility Centers ATAC can help ATAC serves Indiana University students faculty and staff with and without disabilities by providing access to specialized assistive technologies that help with reading writing studying and information access Where can I find campus maps that illustrate access to buildings and parking In addition to finding this information highlighted within the listed resources available based on your role you can also reference the Parking and Transportation page As an instructor what language should I include in the course syllabus You should include a statement in the course syllabus inviting students with the need for accommodation to contact the to contact the campus office serving students with disabilities and stating accommodations must be arranged with that office See sample syllabus statement for recommended language You should also read the statement aloud when reviewing the syllabus in class What should departments consider when hosting a public event The sponsoring department is responsible for ensuring that events are appropriately accessible Departments should Include language in all publicity to notify potential attendees how to request accommodations Know how to respond to requests Assign responsibility to an individual to monitor planning for and managing during the event for adherence to ADA requirements Identify parking areas curb cuts and entrances accessible fountains and restrooms for persons with disabilities If food or beverages are served review food

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/%7eada/faq/index.shtml (2016-04-30)
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  • Faculty Resources: ADA @ IU: Indiana University
    Awareness Training Frequently Asked Questions Disability Resources for Faculty Whether you are personally in need of assistance or require guidance on the accomodation process administering an accomodation to a student keep in mind that there are many resources on campus to assist You are encouraged learn more about the following Employment Accomodations and Assistance Providing Accomodations in the Classroom Resources for Planning Events Resources for Assisting Visitors You may also

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/%7eada/faculty/index.shtml (2016-04-30)
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  • Accessible Parking at Indiana University: ADA @ IU: Indiana University
    of Parking Operations provides disabled parking permits for people with permanent or temporary disabilities as well as information about the most accessible parking areas Campus Bus Service Campus Bus Service 120 W Grimes Lane Bloomington IN 47403 812 855 8384 iubus indiana edu The Campus Bus Service can provide information on accessible bus options IUPUI IUPUI Interactive Campus Map Parking and Transportation Services 1004 West Vermont St Indianapolis IN 46202 317 274 4232 permits iupui edu Parking and Transportation Services provides disabled parking permits for people with permanent or temporary disabilities as well as information about the most accessible parking areas and campus shuttles IUPUI also offers an accessible shuttle service free of charge to the IU community for easy access to designated stops around the campus IU East IU East Interactive Campus Map IU handicap parking permits are issued each semester by the IUE Police Department Students must make their request for the permit through Student Support Services Faculty staff and students possessing an official state issued handicapped parking plate placard may petition for an annual permit upon presentation of a state approved certification and completion of the required IU East application See information for Handicapped Permits and Parking

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/~ada/parking-options/index.shtml (2016-04-30)
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  • Best Practices for IU Departments: ADA @ IU: Indiana University
    request accommodations The following are examples of suggested language Special Assistance If you have a disability and need assistance special arrangements can be made to accommodate most needs If you are a person with a disability who requires an accommodation to language can be specific attend this performance participate in this conference attend this seminar participate in this event etc please contact office name and or phone number of event sponsor at least number of weeks days depending on how much advance notice there is regarding the event in advance of this event Please be aware that advance notice is requested as some accommodations may require time for the University to arrange Assign responsibility to an individual to monitor planning for and managing during the event for adherence to ADA requirements Train staff to respond to any request for accommodation and assign staff to be responsible for this issue Identify parking areas curb cuts and entrances accessible fountains and restrooms for persons with disabilities If food or beverages are served review food service provided to include services for persons with disabilities Access to Facilities If your unit has a reception or customer service area that includes a service counter the counter should include an accessible service point for a person in a wheelchair Either find an alternative point of service or modify counter to meet ADA requirements Make sure that evacuation plans are posted with your unit s space and include information for persons with disabilities Ensure that evacuation procedures including procedures for persons with disabilities are posted Train building supervisors and safety personnel to provide appropriate assistance when needed Make sure that someone in your unit responsible for monitoring accessibility of space and keeping abreast of changes in requirements regarding physical accessibility Assign this responsibility to an individual in

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/~ada/iu-depts/index.shtml (2016-04-30)
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  • Policies & Procedures: Affirmative Action: IU
    for more information University Policies Regarding Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action American with Disabilities Act ADA Policy Indiana University s official ADA policy including information on how to request an accommodation Non Discrimination Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Policy Indiana University s official EEO AA policy Sexual Misconduct Policy Indiana University s official policy against sexual misconduct including definitions and enforcement principles For questions regarding this policy or to raise a complaint of sexual misconduct please contact th Office of Affirmative Action Domestic Partner Benefits Policy Indiana University s policy providing the same benefits to domestic partners as those enjoyed by married couples For specific information on domestic partner benefits or to register as a domestic partner contact University Human Resources Accommodation for Religious Observances Indiana University s policy supporting student accommodations for religious observances For more information on this policy including a calendar and examples of accommodations go to Religious Holidays Diversity Statement PDF Statement passed by the Bloomington Faculty Council articulating the importance of diversity on the Bloomington campus Consensual Relationships Policy Indiana University s consensual relationship policies for faculty students and staff University Policy Manuals Academic Handbook Describes rules and regulations pertinent to faculty members and other academic

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/%7eaffirm/policy.shtml (2016-04-30)
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  • Search & Screen: Affirmative Action: IU
    more specific information about recruitment for different ranks at Indiana University use the following links Academic Searches Appointed Staff Searches Hourly Employee Searches Search Guidelines We believe the surest way to find the best candidate for a position is through the most inclusive applicant pool possible To achieve this kind of pool requires using multiple search strategies and multiple forms of advertisement and announcement The Office of Affirmative Action is available to assist in developing more inclusive recruitment plans or to provide tips in expanding the scope of a search Indiana University requires that all employment announcements advertised outside the university contain at a minimum the wording Indiana University is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer However we encourage the use of additional wording to further emphasize Indiana University s commitment to diversity Examples could include Indiana University is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer committed to excellence through diversity Indiana University has a strong commitment to principles of diversity and in that spirit seeks a broad spectrum of candidates including women minorities and persons with disabilities Indiana University is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer and encourages applications from candidates with diverse cultural backgrounds For further help on using inclusive language in a position announcement please contact the Screen Guidelines Indiana University policy prohibits selection criteria that may discriminate against individuals because of age national origin citizenship visa status ethnicity race color religion gender sexual orientation marital or parenthood status childbearing or childcare plan pregnancy physical or mental disability veteran status or arrest record It is essential that all screen criteria reflect the content of the position description and departmental needs and clearly distinguish between required and desirable qualifications The same areas should be covered in interview questions with all candidates and all questions should be reviewed to ensure

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/%7eaffirm/search.shtml (2016-04-30)
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  • Education & Training: Affirmative Action: IU
    evacuation plans accommodations for students and staff and available resources Diversity in the Workplace This workshop teaches deans supervisors directors and department heads the skills necessary to create a successful and culturally diverse workplace Topics include what is diversity reasons to embrace diversity how cultural programming impacts everyday responsibilities ways to successfully resolve conflicts regarding cultural differences and how to create a diverse and inclusive department Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action This program teaches participants the differences between affirmative action equal employment opportunity and diversity It provides legal definitions of discrimination and identifies groups that are legally protected by laws or university policies Legal Compliance Training for Supervisors Required of all supervisors this series consists of four workshops offered in collaboration with University Human Resource Services The workshops cover the following topics Americans with Disabilities Act ADA Equal Employment Opportunity Fair Labor Standards Act Family Medical Leave Act Sexual harassment For more information or to register contact For copies of materials used in the series click here New Chair Orientation This program in provided in conjunction with the Dean of the Faculties for faculty members who have become chairs of their departments It gives an overview of chair responsibilities including recruitment legal compliance and diversity issues For more information contact the Dean of the Faculties office 812 855 0230 Preventing Sexual Harassment This program educates participants on the definition of sexual harassment university policies and procedures regarding sexual harassment issues of retaliation how to recognize nonverbal verbal and physical harassment what to do and university resources Recruiting Interviewing and Selecting New Employees This program provides information for persons or departments recruiting new employees Information will include what can and can t be asked in interviews EEOC regulations how to screen job applicants and how to be sure candidates have

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