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Didactic Activities for Students with Learning or Physical Disabilities

Custom-tailored Support Plan

Students may request help from our specialised tutoring service to develop an ad hoc support plan. Based on the student’s degree programme and the analysis of needs and specific supports (based on certification), the plan includes the support necessary for: 

  • Attending lessons (peer tutoring, interpreting, accessible lecture halls, computer aides, requesting professors’ presentations and lesson plans)
  • Exams (additional time or quantitative (not qualitative) reduction of material, use of calculators, formulas and conceptual maps, parallel exams, use of computers and other aides, peer tutoring for reading and writing, accessible lecture halls and interpreting)

Students will be helped throughout their degree programme with specialistic tutoring services.

 

Requesting a Tutor for Lessons, Study, Exams

 

Requesting a Tutor for Lessons

When: 30 days before lessons start

How: use your Sapienza e-mail account to send a request to: sportellodisabili@uniroma1.it. Please indicate “Richiesta tutor per lezioni” in the subject line. Also, please specify the courses you would like to attend, the name and last name of the professors, the beginning and end dates for the lessons, and the day, time and place of lessons. Any changes should be communicated promptly.


Requesting a Tutor for Study

When: 30 days before lessons start

How: use your Sapienza e-mail account to send a request to: sportellodisabili@uniroma1.it. Please indicate “Richiesta tutor per studio” in the subject line. Also, please specify the exams for which you will require a tutor, study priorities in terms of subjects and exam dates. Any changes should be communicated promptly.

 

Requesting a Tutor for Exams

When: by 1 pm on the Wednesday before the exam.

How: use your Sapienza e-mail account to send a request to: sportellodisabili@uniroma1.it. Please indicate “Richiesta tutor per esame
in the subject line. Also, please specify the name of the exam, the name and surname of the professor, whether it is a written or oral exam and the date, time and place of the exam. Any changes should be communicated promptly.

 

Requesting a Tutor for Other Reasons

When: by 1 pm on the Wednesday before the appointment.

How: use your Sapienza e-mail account to send a request to: sportellodisabili@uniroma1.it. Please indicate “Richiesta tutor per accompagnamento” in the subject line. Also, please specify the type of appointment (office hours, student office, etc.) as well as the date, time and place. Any changes should be communicated promptly.

Requesting Aides for Lessons

When: 20 days before lessons begin.

How: use your Sapienza e-mail account to send a request to: sportellodisabili@uniroma1.it. Please indicate “Richiesta ausili per lezioni” in the subject line. Also, please specify the type of aide you require (early information on lesson subjects, presentations before the lesson, possibility of recording or photographing lesson, accessible lecture hall, etc.). Any changes should be communicated promptly.

Requesting Aides and Extra Time for Exams

When: by 1 pm on the Wednesday before the appointment.

How: use your Sapienza e-mail account to send a request to: sportellodisabili@uniroma1.it. Please indicate “Richiesta ausili per esame” in the subject line. Also, please specify the name of the exam, the name and surname of the professor, whether the exam is written or oral, the date, time and place of the exam and the requested aide (extra time, calculator, conceptual maps, formulas, etc.). Any changes should be communicated promptly.

Multimedia Labs

Students with physical and learning disabilities have a special multimedia lab equipped with:

  • 4 universally accessible workstations with inclinable table, regulatable monitor, various types of mouse, and hardware and software support;
  • 3 table audiobooks;
  • Video enlarging scanners.

To request use of the lab, please write to: sportellodisabili@uniroma1.it

Faculty Coordinators

Every Faculty has a coordinator who promotes the active participation of students with physical or learning disorders. Coordinators are responsbile for:

  • Addressing students towards specialistic tutoring services;
  • Helping to solve logistical and organisational issues;
  • Share information within the faculty.

List of Faculty Coordinators

Guidelines for Professors

The Academic Senate ratified the Guidelines for Students with Physical and Learning Disabilities for Professors on January 22, 2019.

Consult the Guidelines for Professors.

 

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