In view of the next summer exam session for the 2019/2020 academic year in the general framework of remote development, the Turin universities have developed ad hoc handbooks for students and students with Specific Learning Disorders (DSA). Within the general framework of Law 170/2010 which guarantees duly certified DSA students to be able to take advantage of adequate forms of verification and evaluation during the university course, it is worth noting the specificities and approaches of the universities.
The Polytechnic of Turin has prepared general indications but some differences compared to the exam to be taken. The information is to support students with disabilities and / or with Specific Learning Disorders (DSA). In fact, since 2010 the University has activated the support service for students with Specific Learning Disorders (DSA) whose services are detailed here. For any doubt, you can contact the office at the following email addresses (email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org).
As regards the University of Turin, specific guidelines have been prepared to regulate teaching and remote examinations. In particular, the teachers can find all the useful information to make the teaching material accessible on the University’s intranet site, under distance teaching. In addition, Prof. Marisa Pavone, delegate of the Rector of the University of Turin for disability / DSA, has prepared operational indications and at this link you can not only access information but also download the form to request individualized treatment for students and students with DSA. In fact, there are specific indications for different disabilities and the University’s recommendation is in any case that students with disabilities report their needs for distance lessons or exams well in advance to the professor and the disabled office of the University. , so as to agree on reasonable accommodation to guarantee everyone the right to study. For any doubt, the students and students can write to the email address email@example.com