Faculty members should provide students with enlarged versions of printed class materials. If large print textbooks are needed, an institution's textbook office or the services for students with disabilities office will need advance notice to acquire a large print textbook for a student.
Related Functional Characteristics
Visual Tracking Problem : Large print may help student with visual tracking problems to correctly read and lines of text or complex diagrams more accurately.
Visual Field Function : Students may benefit from large print materials to compensate for the gaps in their field of vision as long as they are proportional.
Low Vision : Large print may allow students to read printed information that would be otherwise difficult or impossible for them to process.
Processing Deficit (Visual) : Large print allows students with visual processing deficits to more easily and accurately comprehend complex visual diagrams or other mathematical information.
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