We wish you and your loved ones health and security during these uncertain times, which we recognize are particularly unsettling if you and/or your loved ones are sick, immunocompromised, and/or have preexisting mental health conditions. Although we anticipate that many of your accommodations will be built into your online courses, we invite you to contact us right away if you feel your accommodations need to be reevaluated in light of the online learning environment or condition exacerbations.
We remain available Monday-Friday, 8:00am - 12:00pm and 1:00pm - 4:30 pm Eastern, and you can contact us or schedule a Zoom meeting via our personal or main office email, our office phone (603-646-9900), or our Calendly links. Our Notetaking and Assistive Technology Teams are similarly available to address relevant questions. Click on the Baker Library image for remote drop-in Notetaking hours.
Anyone with a Dartmouth ID can access the free document-conversion tool SensusAccess. Check it out, and listen to your pdfs or change them to other preferred formats. SAS also has the newest version of Kurzweil 3000 text-to-speech software, which includes the Kurzweil 3000 (v15) web license version and the K3000+firefly online application. Contact Assistive Technology for more information.
SAS is looking for students to serve as paid notetakers for the term. Please fill out our new Application Form (or Work Interest Form) on our Become a Notetaker page. If you have any questions about Notetaking Services, please email us at Notetaking@Dartmouth.edu.