Low Vision refers to students who have some usable
vision, but cannot read standard-size text, have field deficits (for
example, cannot see peripherally or centrally but can see well in other
ranges), or other visual impairments. Examples of possible
accommodations may include but not limited to:
- Audio notetaking software.
- Seating near front of class.
- Large print handouts, lab signs, and equipment labels.
- Computer equipped to enlarge screen characters and images.
- Exams and textbooks provided in an alternate electronic format.