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Access Technology Center update and refresh
Accessible Technology Services - UW-IT
Students with disabilities must have equitable access to computing technology. The Access Technology Center (ATC) seeks funding to: 1) continue to provide accessible computer technology for students with disabilities; and 2) update and upgrade aged software and equipment to reflect operating system and hardware improvements that have been performed and are being implemented by Learning Technologies (LT) and the ATC. The systems affected are located in the Mary Gates Hall Access Technology Center (ATC), Suzzallo Library, OUGL Learning Commons and satellite workstations in a variety of academic departments. These facilities serve the majority of general use computing needs for the campus and are recognized central locations for computer technology for students with disabilities. On a limited basis and subject to product availability, commonly used access technology is also loaned to departmental labs from the ATC for short-term student needs. Additionally, ATC seeks funding to update equipment used to remediate inaccessible academic materials for students who are blind, have low vision, or experience other disabilities. This work is performed in collaboration with the Disability Resources for Students office.
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