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Services NCOD Provides:

Interpreting

Sign Language Interpreting

Services are available to consumers using American Sign Language (ASL) and/or other English-based Sign systems such as Conceptually Accurate Signed English (CASE) depending upon the needs of the consumers.

Deaf-Blind Interpreting

Communication services to individuals who are Deaf-Blind include: tactile, palm printing, up-close signing, copy signing.

Oral Transliteration

Communication services are available to individuals who prefer speechreading  utilizing  Oral Transliterators. 

Transcription (CART / TypeWell)

CART

Computer Aided Realtime Translation, a system that is designed with the deaf and hard of hearing student in mind. Utilizing a court reporter, stenotype machine, short hand typing, realtime software, and a computer (typically a laptop), the student is able to gain access to verbatim (word for word)  that may normally elude them.

TypeWell

A trained TypeWell transcriber synthesizes the essence of the discussion and captures it using advanced abbreviation software. The student simultaneously sees the transcript using a laptop.

Notetaker Program (NP)

Taking notes in the classroom can be a challenge for those who rely primarily on sight for communication.  The NCOD: Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services provides an opportunity for students in the classroom to be notetakers for their deaf and hard of hearing classmates.

The benefit for becoming a Notetaker will be Priority Registration for the following Fall/Spring semester only (priority registration appointment dates will be during the early stage of the "Registration by Appointment" registration period).  Note - Notetakers provide services during the Fall and Spring semesters only.

You can find more information about the Notetaker Program here: http://www.csun.edu/dres/notetaker-training 

 If you have any questions, you may contact the Disability Resources & Educational Services (DRES) deparment at 818-677-2684 or via email at dres@csun.edu or the NCOD: Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services department at 818-677-2054 or via email at ncod@csun.edu.