The following provides a summary of program resources and physical
accessibility within SDSU.
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Resources available and utilized by the faculty, staff, and students
within the RCP are greatly enhanced by the network of relationships
between the RCP and, the Departments of Educational Technology,
and Adaptive Physical Education, and linkages with the Departments
of Communicative Disorders, Aging, Public Health, Special Education,
Engineering, and Counseling and School Psychology. These linkages
result in a substantive and more diversified exposure to state-of-the-art
technologies in human services and clinical programs as well as
increased educational opportunities.
Resources available to faculty and staff include the University
Library which supports the research needs of the University
community through its holdings of over 928,000 monographs and bound
periodicals, 494,000 gover nment documents, 2.8 million microforms,
and other resources. The Library has automated acquisitions, cataloging,
circulation and serial controls systems. Computer-based bibliographic
search services are offered in over 100 data bases. The Library
prov ides for interlibrary loan through a direct link with several
thousand other libraries using the computer and telecommunications
facilities of the On Line Library Computer Center bibliographic
utility. Further, the current expansion of the physical facil ities
will double the current capability.
Science Research Laboratory facilitates faculty research and
supports a diverse set of instructional programs. The SSRL offers
a complete range of survey research services, including sa mple
design and execution, coding and data reduction, and data archiving
and retrieval. Media Technology Services provides support
to faculty and staff in acquisition and distribution of instructional
media, distribution and maintenance of audiovisual equipment, and
in the design of instruction. The Faculty Room is a special section
of Media Technology, and provides consulta tion for faculty and
staff which include assistance in the preparation of instructional
packages, presentation materials and media design.
The SDSU Computing Security
Group is a division of the Telecommunications & Network
Services department. We provide a wide range of computing security services
to the campus community
The campus at SDSU has actively sought to make all locations accessible
to individuals with disabilities. The following are characteristics
of the facilities that are utilized by faculty, staff, and students:
Disabled Student Services at SDSU provides the following services:
- Most of the seminars, fieldwork, and practicum courses are held
at the Interwork Institute (II) located at 3590 Camino Del Rio
North, San Diego. The Interwork Institute offices and classroom
are on the first floor with bathrooms, phones, power doors to
the offices and classrooms, and water fountains all fully accessible.
This structure has no identified architectural barriers.
- Faculty offices on campus are on the third floor of the North
Education building with elevator access, sufficient door widths,
etc. All buildings on campus have accessible bathrooms.
- Classrooms for lecture courses in the RCP are held in the North
Education building. Elevators and automatic door openers for outside
entrance are available.
- General use spaces (i.e., Library, cafeteria, etc.) are accessible.
An ongoing committee (through Disabled Student Services) insures
that suggestions for changes and modifications are reviewed and
- A vocational assessment laboratory using psychometric tests,
work samples, work capacity evaluation instruments (e.g., computer
assisted assessment system), computerized data retrieval system
for occupational information, and a full set of occupational documents
are available for exclusive use by the students in the RCP.
- Specialized equipment for the students including two porta-pak
units for videotaping and all support equipment, and micro-computer
and mainframe computer work stations for faculty and staff.
- The RCP clerical staff and faculty are accessible to deaf and
hard-of-hearing students and practitioners via telecommunicative
devices (TTY) and certified interpreters to facilitate conferences,
classroom learning experiences, academic and extracurricular appointments,
The students within the RCP who require special services can make
extensive use of all services offered by Disabled Student Services.
- reader service
- notetaking service
- interpreter service
- attendant referrals
- special admissions assistance, and
- housing referral.
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The Interwork Institute is administered
College of Education, San Diego State University and the SDSU Research Foundation.
3590 Camino del Rio North, San Diego 92108. Phone: 619-594-2462
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