The University of Wisconsin-Madison provides processes for visitors and program participants who are not employees or students to request reasonable accommodations. Our goal is to provide a prompt response for reasonable accommodation requests and to provide access to the programs and facilities of the university. Most accommodations for visitors and program participants are provided directly…
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Sign Language Interpreting or Live Professional Captioning (CART) Coordinated through the McBurney Disability Resource Center
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Sign Language Interpreting or Live Professional Captioning (CART) Coordinated through the McBurney Disability Resource Center
Need to request a sign language interpreter or professional live captioning for yourself or someone else at UW-Madison? The McBurney Disability Resource Center can coordinate sign language interpreting and live professional captioning (CART) services for disability-related accommodation requests and for public access requests for students, staff, faculty, visitors, program participants, and University job applicants for UW-Madison events.
Sydney is an Accessible Learning Technology Coordinator for Alternative Formats