The Alternate Media Program changes the way you approach your studies and provides tools that give students in need an alternative approach to achieving success.
Give us a
call to sign up for training in the use of
Alternate Instructional Materials, and textbooks, which are converted into accessible formats. The purpose of alternate media is to allow access for students who cannot use standard print materials.
Types of Alternate Media Include:
Electronic text (e-text)
Text to speech
Speech to text
After I have turned in my Accommodations Rrquest how do I make a request for Alternative Media?
Click the green Alternate Media Requests button above and download a copy of our Alternate Media Request Form. All non-automated requests may be turned in at the Learning Services Office (1766).
How can I use the Open Resource Computer Lab?
The Little Lab (1766A) is for students that would like be trained in or to use specialized software such as Kurzweil and Dragon Naturally Speaking.
How do I get Alternative Media Accommodations?
Make an appointment by coming by Learning Services (Room 1766) or calling 707-256-7453. You can also contact Jan Schardt in her office (Room 1769). As well as Your DSPS Counsoler.
Napa Valley College Accessibility
Under The Americans with Disabilities Act, Sections 504 and 508.
For information on Napa Valley College Accessibility
click here to view our Accessibility Statement.