It's Accessible at The Valley!
Welcome to Access4All!
Lebanon Valley College provides learning resources for adult learners, students with disabilities, instructors, or anyone who desires to improve organizational skills, writing skills, study habits, learning strategies, and mastery of course content.
ACCESS4ALL resources are provided by the Center for Disability Resources and Center for Peer Tutoring and Writing. If you find a great resource you'd like to share with others, please let us know by completing a short form here.
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WELCOME! Fall 2016
Welcome Returning Students and New Freshmen!
We've updated our resources for Summer 2016 course sessions!
Center for Assistive Technology (CAT) Lab - Open Thursdays 4:00 - 5:00 PM.
Struggling in MAS-100 Concepts of Mathematics? ACCESS4ALL has added links to tutorial videos that correlate with the textbook for this course. Select "Video Tutorials" from the ACCESS4ALL main menu and view the MAS videos by course topic.
Looking for a quiet place to study for final exams? The Center for Disability Resources' Testing Facility is open every weekday evening at 4:00 PM and all day Saturday and Sunday to all LVC students. The Testing Facility has 17 computer stations available, 3 private rooms, and 15 individual study cubicles. The Testing Facility is located in the Lebegern Learning Commons, next to the Writing Center.
Do you struggle with taking notes or remembering what your professor said will be on the test?
Do you write better papers when you can say your thoughts out loud instead of typing them?
Would you be interested in learning about the many options available to help you succeed in your courses?
The Center for Assistive Technology Lab
OPEN THURSDAYS - 4:00 – 5:00 PM
Lebegern Learning Commons - Next to Writing Center and Testing Facility
This project was made possible by the President’s Innovation Fund and Breen Technology Fund. Faculty and Administrative advisors include: Shannon Brandt, Dr. Jennifer Kanupka, Beth Julian, and Dr. Dawn Showers. CAT Lab’s student coordinator is Abby Leidigh, `17.
TEST ERRORS ARE USUALLY AN INDICATION OF KNOWLEDGE GAPS or errors in test-taking strategies.
Analyzing your returned tests can help you understand why you made errors, so that you can adjust your study strategies and review techniques to improve your performance on subsequent tests. Attached is a simple Test Analysis Rubric in which students can analyze the errors made on exams.