I’m looking for information on how other student learning centers within institutions of higher education identify, and then work with, students with learning disabilities. Any of you that might be with 2 year, state funded colleges would be the closest demographic to my institution. (We are a 2 year technical college in Kansas.) We do not have a disability office or formal counseling services. Our tutoring and testing center, for which I am the coordinator, is limited on resources. I’m searching for ideas and input. Anything from how you might staff a position that deals directly with this issue to what resources both on and off campus you might utilize. Feel free to reply to the list or to me directly at [log in to unmask]. Thank you all.
Darren S. Ortega
Learning Resource Center Coordinator
Manhattan Area Technical College
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