Event Planning Is the event/meeting space accessible? Mobility disabilities: Consider path of travel from outside the building into the room, aisle width (minimum of 5’), turning radius in the room, registration table placement, food and …
The McBurney Center can coordinate sign language interpreting services (ASL) for in-person (onsite) or virtual events, presentations, and disability-related accommodations when UW Madison is the primary sponsor or host.
The McBurney Center can coordinate live captioning for in-person (onsite) or virtual events, presentations, and disability-related accommodations when UW-Madison is the primary sponsor or host.
The McBurney Disability Resource Center recommends using an accessibility tagline on all public information advertising your event. These statements give people with disabilities relevant information on who to contact for accommodations.Accommodations statement to include on program announcements and registration materials “If you need an accommodation to attend this event, please contact (name, event host/coordinator) at…
McBurney Connect provides online access for students, instructors, and notetakers to request and manage disability-related student accommodations. Additionally, departments can request and manage departmental interpreting and on-site CART captioning requests. Sign In New Student Application Sign Up as a Notetaker Faculty Login
The McBurney Center works with students who are Deaf or hard of hearing to develop an accommodation plan to ensure that students have communication access in the class.
McBurney provides some services for departments on campus. (add auto generated listing of services)