Final Assessment

Final Assessment

Below are thirty questions to test your knowledge and understanding of important concepts after participating in the Project ENABLE training. These are drawn randomly from a larger pool of questions to ensure that users will see different questions each time the assessment is taken.  When you have completed all thirty questions, click on Submit Response to receive feedback and see how you did. This final assessment is optional unless your class instructor has specified otherwise.

"Developing key messages to let others know of how your library is accommodating students with disabilities" is an example of what type of advocacy?
"Developing key messages to let others know of how your library is accommodating students with disabilities" is an example of what type of advocacy?
After the Individualized Education Program (IEP) is written, which of the following actions takes place?
After the Individualized Education Program (IEP) is written, which of the following actions takes place?
All of the following are important for building trust in a collaborative relationship EXCEPT:
All of the following are important for building trust in a collaborative relationship EXCEPT:
Assistive technology (AT) devices commonly serve all of the following purposes except:
Assistive technology (AT) devices commonly serve all of the following purposes except:
Assistive technology (AT) devices commonly serve all of the following purposes except:
Assistive technology (AT) devices commonly serve all of the following purposes except:
Changing the pace of an activity, providing feedback, or inquiring about topics students might want to learn about will increase their:
Changing the pace of an activity, providing feedback, or inquiring about topics students might want to learn about will increase their:
During the Individualized Education Program (IEP) process, the child is evaluated in order to:
During the Individualized Education Program (IEP) process, the child is evaluated in order to:
Empowering students with the power to control their own lives is known as:
Empowering students with the power to control their own lives is known as:
How could a library BEST accommodate a student with dyslexia?
How could a library BEST accommodate a student with dyslexia?
How often must the Individualized Education Program (IEP) team review a child's IEP?
How often must the Individualized Education Program (IEP) team review a child's IEP?
In selecting Web-based materials for student activities, one thing to avoid is:
In selecting Web-based materials for student activities, one thing to avoid is:
NIMAS stands for:
NIMAS stands for:
Providing opportunities for students to apply what they have learned to real world settings, represents which ARCS component?
Providing opportunities for students to apply what they have learned to real world settings, represents which ARCS component?
Sensory storytimes are:
Sensory storytimes are:
The term "assistive technology" refers to:
The term "assistive technology" refers to:
The three main principles of Universal Design for Learning that are applicable to websites are:
The three main principles of Universal Design for Learning that are applicable to websites are:
Under what act are public institutions NOT allowed to discriminate on the basis of disability, regardless of whether they receive federal funding?
Under what act are public institutions NOT allowed to discriminate on the basis of disability, regardless of whether they receive federal funding?
Universal Design for Learning was created to:
Universal Design for Learning was created to:
Universal Design means greater ______, particularly for students with disabilities.
Universal Design means greater ______, particularly for students with disabilities.
What is a good strategy for successfully implementing assistive technology?
What is a good strategy for successfully implementing assistive technology?
Which of the challenges listed below may be experienced by a student with a physical disability?
Which of the challenges listed below may be experienced by a student with a physical disability?
Which of the following is NOT an effective strategy for encouraging administrative involvement in advocating and creating visibility for your school library?
Which of the following is NOT an effective strategy for encouraging administrative involvement in advocating and creating visibility for your school library?
Which of the following is a common characteristic of people with Autism Spectrum Disorder?
Which of the following is a common characteristic of people with Autism Spectrum Disorder?
Which of the following is a tenet of a Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE)?
Which of the following is a tenet of a Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE)?
Which of the following is an example of the UDL principle of multiple means of action and expression?
Which of the following is an example of the UDL principle of multiple means of action and expression?
Which of the following is least likely to pose a website accessibility problem?
Which of the following is least likely to pose a website accessibility problem?
Which of the following would be the best solution to accommodate a student with health impairments who has missed class time?
Which of the following would be the best solution to accommodate a student with health impairments who has missed class time?
Which one of the following is NOT one of the "Ten Action Steps for Frontline School Advocacy" outlined by the American Library Association?
Which one of the following is NOT one of the "Ten Action Steps for Frontline School Advocacy" outlined by the American Library Association?
Which statement about students with visual impairments is correct?
Which statement about students with visual impairments is correct?
Who is allowed to contribute to the development of a student's Individualized Education Program (IEP)?
Who is allowed to contribute to the development of a student's Individualized Education Program (IEP)?
A good example of differentiated instruction would be:
A good example of differentiated instruction would be:
A library accommodation that is NOT appropriate for a student with Asperger's Syndrome is:
A library accommodation that is NOT appropriate for a student with Asperger's Syndrome is:
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards for library accessibility include all of the following except:
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards for library accessibility include all of the following except:
An example of something that is NOT an Auxiliary Aid is:
An example of something that is NOT an Auxiliary Aid is:
Each of the following is a question to consider when determining the accessibility of a Web page EXCEPT:
Each of the following is a question to consider when determining the accessibility of a Web page EXCEPT:
Empowering students with the power to control their own lives is known as:
Empowering students with the power to control their own lives is known as:
Important things to consider when designing an inclusive lesson include:
Important things to consider when designing an inclusive lesson include:
In Universal Design for Learning, "multiple means of engagement" means:
In Universal Design for Learning, "multiple means of engagement" means:
Instructional accommodations should be determined by:
Instructional accommodations should be determined by:
Meadowbrook Middle School's librarian has realized that the library's Web site is in need of an update. One of the first changes she makes is to include a link that will return users to the homepage regardless of what page of the library's site they are a
Meadowbrook Middle School's librarian has realized that the library's Web site is in need of an update. One of the first changes she makes is to include a link that will return users to the homepage regardless of what page of the library's site they are a
Of the following, the MOST effective method of advocating for your library's services is:
Of the following, the MOST effective method of advocating for your library's services is:
On average, for those trained at lip reading what percentage of words spoken can be understood?
On average, for those trained at lip reading what percentage of words spoken can be understood?
Performance-based assessments are:
Performance-based assessments are:
Possible accommodations for students with visual impairments include:
Possible accommodations for students with visual impairments include:
Providing opportunities for students to apply what they have learned to real world settings, represents which ARCS component?
Providing opportunities for students to apply what they have learned to real world settings, represents which ARCS component?
Students with which types of disabilities might be aided by increased font size?
Students with which types of disabilities might be aided by increased font size?
The best way to build a student's confidence for learning is to help him or her develop:
The best way to build a student's confidence for learning is to help him or her develop:
The likelihood of a successful assessment increases when you do all of the following EXCEPT:
The likelihood of a successful assessment increases when you do all of the following EXCEPT:
The term "assistive technology" refers to:
The term "assistive technology" refers to:
What factor does Dr. Marcia Scherer's model for matching assistive technology to individuals NOT consider?
What factor does Dr. Marcia Scherer's model for matching assistive technology to individuals NOT consider?
What types of books are written specifically to interest students older than the reading level at which the book was written?
What types of books are written specifically to interest students older than the reading level at which the book was written?
Which of the challenges listed below typically may be experienced by a student with a hearing impairment?
Which of the challenges listed below typically may be experienced by a student with a hearing impairment?
Which of the following is NOT an effective method of ensuring accessibility within a library setting?
Which of the following is NOT an effective method of ensuring accessibility within a library setting?
Which of the following is a question to consider for Principle Three of Universal Design, simple and intuitive use?
Which of the following is a question to consider for Principle Three of Universal Design, simple and intuitive use?
Which of the following is an example of the UDL principle of multiple means of action and expression?
Which of the following is an example of the UDL principle of multiple means of action and expression?
Which of the following is least likely to pose a website accessibility problem?
Which of the following is least likely to pose a website accessibility problem?
Which of the following situations is LEAST likely to violate federal disability law?
Which of the following situations is LEAST likely to violate federal disability law?
Which statement about students with visual impairments is correct?
Which statement about students with visual impairments is correct?
Which statement describes the BEST reason to use person-first language?
Which statement describes the BEST reason to use person-first language?
Which statement is true of summative assessments?
Which statement is true of summative assessments?