Welcome to the Tutoring Center's Resource Site.
This site is a work in progress and websites will be added as we find them helpful to students.
Learning Resources Website Information
The Learning Resources on the Web is provided for The Ohio State University – Newark and Central Ohio Technical College students use as additional resources for study purposes only. Individuals should respect all copyright laws when gathering any information or graphics from any site. Plagiarism is not tolerated for students in education. What is plagiarism? All websites listed in this directory have approved the use of their site as a link for educational purposes only. The Tutoring Center greatly appreciates their contribution to the Newark Campus Learning Resources website.
The Tutoring Center and Newark Campus is not responsible for the content that appears on any website that are not associated with The Ohio State University - Newark and Central Ohio Technical College. Website were approved by the educational information it had to offer.
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Learning Styles Assessments
|To assess your Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic preferences only, take Test A. To also assess your Sequential and Global preferences, take Test B.Test A (Diablo Valley College)Test B (NC State)|
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Commercial Assistive Technology contributes, significantly, to enhancing the quality-of-life, independence and employability of millions of people with disabilities. Unfortunately, many individuals, social organizations, schools and government agencies cannot afford to purchase it. Further more, there are many additional situations that preclude people with disabilities from accessing, using... or continuing to use commercial AT. For example, when K-12 schools purchase AT for use by their students... the schools own the AT. Often this situation precludes students with disabilities from being able to take the schools AT home with them to complete homework assignments... or to their local libraries to help them study and surf the web with their friends.
When students graduate from high school they no longer have access to the AT that contributed to their success and independence as part of their K-12 education. The ability for high school students with disabilities to transition from high school to college, or into work environments, can also be negatively impacted.
Free Assistive Technologies can help to mitigate these problems. It is this end that we dedicate and maintain this website. Questions and comments may be addressed to Steve Jacobs, President IDEAL Group, Inc. and CEO, Online Conferencing Systems, Inc.