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AS Faculty Portal Information - Online Services

Accessibility Services (AS) and Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services (DHHS)


Students registered with AS/DHHS and their instructors can access the portal links from our department's website and use their WebAdvisor account’s username and password to log in.

At the beginning of each semester, students must log into the Student Portal to request a Letter of Accommodation for their instructors.

Once requested, an automatic notification will be sent to instructors with instructions for accessing the Letter of Accommodation, which outlines the accommodations the student may require for the course.

The student and instructor will also have the option to view and download a copy of the letter for their own records. We encourage students to speak to their instructors directly to discuss in detail how these accommodations might apply to the course requirements.

If you are a PACE instructor:

A Letter of Accommodation will be provided to your student and the student’s Program Coordinator. Students are responsible for providing you with a copy of the letter at the beginning of the course.

 

Accommodation Letters – Faculty Portal Instructions

Step-by-step tutorial for University of Winnipeg undergraduate/graduate faculty
Step-by-step tutorial for Professional, Applied, and Continuing Education (PACE) instructors

AS/DHHS students must submit their test/exam booking requests in advance using the online Student Portal.

Tests and Mid-terms

Test bookings: 2 weeks in advance
Test cancellations: 1 week in advance

December or April Final exam bookings:

4 weeks before start of exam period (deadline is the business day after the final voluntary withdrawal dates for Fall & Winter)

Once booked, Instructors will receive an automated notice seven (7) days in advance and two (2) days in advance of the test/exam confirming the student’s extended time (if applicable). For online courses, instructors will need to adjust students’ writing time accordingly through the online testing platform.

Step-by-step tutorial for University of Winnipeg undergraduate/graduate faculty
Step-by-step tutorial for Professional, Applied, and Continuing Education (PACE) instructors

 

If you require assistance, please contact our office at (204) 786-9771 or email at: accessibility@uwinnipeg.ca.