January 2004: The Ministry of Education had approved the special fund for
the Resource Room, which was applied by the SpecialEducationalCenter. The
Resource Room is to serve students with disabilities at the university.
December 2004:The official opening of the Resource Room, and is given a name
of “Sing-Ten-Dei”, which means a warm, hearty, and friendly place.
Currently there are 46 students with disabilities, including visually
impaired, hearing impaired, physical disabilities, and communication
December 2004:Due to the limitation of the space, the Resource Room is
co-shared with Special Education Library.
- January, 2005: The Resource Room had increased its staff to two people.
Monday to Friday: 8:30a.m to 12:00p.m., 1:30p.m to 5:20p.m. The service hours
may be extended to 9:00p.m if students apply in advance for special events.
The purposes are to provide academic accommodations and support services to
ensure students with disabilities the opportunity to competitively purse a
college education. In hope that their potential can be fully developed and their
abilities can be greatly enhanced while studying at our university.
To provide students with disabilities the tools, reasonable accommodations
and support services to participate fully in the academic environment.
To promote understanding and acceptance of students with disabilities
throughout the university community.
To provide meetings for students with disabilities when a new semester
starts, reviewing the Resource Room policies, procedures and support
To create a complete and accurate data base for each student with
To provide a Resource Room Website and organize the “disability-week” event
to educate university faculty, staff, students and the general public of
topics relating to disabilities.
To braille, enlarge, or scanned class materials for students with visually
To provide testing services for students with disabilities who need specific
testing accommodations such as extended testing time, low distraction
testing environment, Braille test conversion, and the use of assistive