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Assistive Technology Center (ATC)

The Assistive Technology Center (ATC), located on the Lower Level of the W.E.B. DuBois Library in the Learning Commons, offers instruction, training, and support for assistive technology tools to any member of the University community.  The ATC provides a workspace and access to specialized software, equipment, and tools for individuals with an ADA-defined disability.

Resources & Tools

Hardware | Software | Android | Google Apps | iOS

Browse a detailed list of resources and software available for use in the ATC or for download on your personal device. 

Resources

Accessibility Resources

Review a collection of accessibility resources for webpages and web design, multimedia, electronic documents, electronic instructional materials, and classroom delivery considerations.

Connect With Us

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Keep up to date about new assistive technology tools, and other great things happening at the ATC.

Podcast

UMass ATC AccessAbilities Podcast

Check it out on iTunesStitcherGoogle PlayTuneIn, and SoundCloud!

Events

We offer workshops, info-sessions, and events to help make teaching and learning more accessible. If you or your department are interested in a specific topic related to assistive technologies, we can develop and teach a tailored workshop. Event Schedule.

Contact

Come to the Assistive Technology Center and get support and training with assistive technology tools.

413-545-9623, atc@umass.edu
W.E.B. Du Bois Library, Lower Level, Room 43

Frequently Asked Questions

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Disability Services

UMass Amherst Disability Services

Disability Services promotes the empowerment of people with disabilities and their full integration into campus life and the community. Services are provided for students, faculty, and staff with disabilities, so that they may successfully learn and work at UMass.  

 

Visit the Assistive Technology Center

Short video about assistive technologies on the UMass Amherst campus.

  • 6 seat computer lab located in the W.E.B. Du Bois Library (Lower Level)
  • Access to screen reading software, speech-to-text, text-to-speech, text enlargers, and other assistive hardware and software
  • Consulting & support services available by appointment