Academic accommodations may include the use of electronic textbooks, which can be read aloud to students with electronic devices or computer software, such as Kurzweil 3000, NaturalReader.  When it is determined that electronic textbooks are an appropriate accommodation, students may choose to download one of the following:

In order to use Kurzweil 3000, students must obtain a username and password from our office.

Students should complete the following form to obtain digital copies of textbooks. It is the responsibility of the student to provide the Office of Disability Services with a copy of the receipt that confirms the date the requested textbooks were purchased and the price of the textbooks.

Student Information
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Contact Info

Turley Student Services Center
Suite 316

Phone: (304) 333-3661
TTY: (304) 367-4906
access@fairmontstate.edu

Andrea Pammer, MA
Director of Counseling & Disability Services
Turley Student Services Center
Room 316G
Phone: (304) 367-4686
1-800-641-5678 Ext.8
Andrea.Pammer@FairmontState.edu

Amy Snively, MS, MEd
Academic Coach/Program Specialist
Turley Student Services Center
Room 316C
Phone: (304) 367-4651
asnively@fairmontstate.edu

Video Phone Users:
IP 129.71.73.203