Accessible Technology Services (ATS)
Staff and faculty should create only universally accessible content and documents, emails and web sites. Specific goals and techniques are discussed under each section:
Alternative Media Technicians are available to support your captioning and document accessibility needs. ATS also supports self-support options such as Abbyy Optical Character Reading options (converting documents from images to text); in conjunction with TSS, accessible iclickers; and, in conjunction with DSS, Read&Write Gold.
Shortcourses are routinely available on Document Accessibility, Captioning, and the Camtasia products. Please visit the training area of this website (IT) to see when the next course is scheduled.
Support & Creative Solutions
If you need one-on-one support, questions answered or creative solutions to inaccessible technology, please call us at 243-5452.
Staff and faculty should create only universally accessible content and documents, emails and web sites. Specific goals and techniques are discussed under each of the sections listed on the right. Information Technology's goal is assist the university community's goals and culture by demonstrating and supporting campus software and systems to achieve equal access and universal design.