We support the participation of people with disabilities in academic pursuits at the University of Arizona and in lifelong learning. We provide access to research materials and services through reasonable accommodations, such as readily accessible adaptive technology and software, special equipment, and personal assistance.
Our assistive technology room (Main Library, B326) has adaptive equipment and software, including Dragon Naturally Speaking 11, JAWS 17, Kurzweil 3000 version 10, and MAGic 11. Visit any Main Library service desk to get the door code or remote control for entry.
Adaptive equipment and other computers with assistive technology software can also be found at the Main, Science-Engineering and Fine Arts Libraries.
|Braille typewriter (Perkins Brailler)||Main B326|
Closed circuit televisions with color monitor
Closed circuit television with black/white monitor
Main B326, Fine Arts
Main second floor
|Headphones||Available for checkout at all library service desks|
Headphones with microphone (USB Dragon recommended)
Available for checkout at Main, Science-Engineering, Fine Arts
|High power Ledu reading lamp||Main B326|
|Manual magnification lens with high intensity light (Ednalite VSI Master Lens System)||Main B326|
|Ntouch videophone||Main B326|
|Ergonomic keyboard||Available for checkout at the Main library service desk|
|Trackball mouse||Available for checkout at the Main library service desk
Interlibrary loan and document delivery can provide electronic delivery of articles & book chapters. If the request is fulfilled with a file download, instructions for requesting an accessible format will be provided.
Use express retrieval and we will pull items from our shelves and put them on the hold shelf for you. Or ask for assistance at any service desk.
For equipment and software services, charley Dejolie.
For other assistive services, Rae Swedenburg.