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Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) Accessibility Standards and Procedures

Assistive Listening Devices

Students who need Assistive Listening Devices as an accommodation work with AccessAbility Services to coordinate the equipment. AccessAbility Services notifies and trains faculty on equipment use.  

A selection of larger classrooms on campus have built-in assistive listening devices.  Please be in touch with AccessAbility Services or Media Services for more information.  

CART (Computer Access Realtime Translation)

AccessAbility Services coordinates services for individuals with hearing impairments through outside agencies and requires adequate time to implement these accommodations. 

Faculty will be notified in advance if they can expect to see a CART reporter or equipment for remote captioning in their class.   Training on any necessary equipment will be provided by AccessAbility Services.  

  • Please contact the Mount Holyoke College 504 Coordinator if you are planning an event and incorporating accessible features. They can provide assistance and guidance as you develop your campus event.
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