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Transition Education and Services for Students withDisabilities
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*Additional required readings will be provided by the instructor.Required Technology
Since this course is being delivered online, your computer system will need to meet specific hardware andsoftware requirements. You will find a complete listing of hardware and software needs athttp://student.arcadia.edu/online.For this course, you will need to have access to Microsoft Office;including Word and PowerPoint. We will use online content and tools including video, audio files, wikis,online polling, and Wimba classroom. You will need to check that you have installed Quick Time and RealPlayer. If you wish to participate in the online office hour using your computer, you will need speakers anda microphone (or a headset) and a webcam (if you want to use video).You are required to use your Arcadia email account for all communication regarding this course. This isthe email address that your instructor will use for all communication. There are no exceptions to thispolicy. Your Arcadia email account can be easily accessed through Blackboard. G
o to the “Check email”
link in the menu of My Arcadia.
Minimum Technical Skills Expected
The ability to use a modern web browser, like Internet Explorer or Firefox, to navigate websites.2.
The ability to use your Arcadia e-mail address to send and receive e-mails.3.
The ability to learn My Arcadia features found in the Tutorials section of the course, as needed.4.
The ability to use word processing software to read, author, edit and save documents.5.
The ability to use a search engine, like Google, to find information on the web.
If you experience any difficulties with the technology requirements of the course or have trouble accessingthe course site, email, etc. at any point in the semester, please contact the IT Helpdesk at (215-572-2898or email@example.com). You should also contact me should these technical problems cause delays in
completing assignments or contributing to discussions.