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Assistive Technology

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Our offices are available for phone or video appointments. Email or call for more information.

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Assistive technology (AT) is software, hardware, and adaptive equipment that enables individuals with disabilities to access information and technology. AT can include low tech devices such as digital recorders, to a range of high tech devices and computer programs. Assistive Technology removes barriers to access and promotes independence for people with disabilities. AT is located in multiple areas on campus, including computer labs and the library.

Egan Library has additional assistive technology resources available. Some of this technology includes ebrary ebooks and Listen Alaska.

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Visit the Premier AT Home website to use free software for Faculty, Staff and Students at UAS. Please contact the Disability Services office for username and password.

The University of Alaska is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and educational institution. Contact information, applicable laws, and complaint procedures are included on UA's statement of nondiscrimination available at

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